Lennon bio coverage
social media's greatest hits, fall 2011
- New acquisitions at the Williams-Nichols Archive & Library for LGBT Studies at the University of Louisville include Catharine Arnold's exhaustive study, "The Sexual History of London," which chronicles the sexual underground of Britain's largest city from Roman times to the present; Preston Lauterbach's book, "The Chitlin' Circuit and the Road to Rock 'n' Roll," which chronicles the early days of rhythm and blues and rock 'n roll and includes details about the black drag queen circuit before Stonewall as well as Little Richard's rise to fame; Scott Lively's horribly researched tome on Nazis and gays entitled "The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party"; and Tim Riley's definitive biography of John Lennon, which includes new details on the life of the Beatles' gay manager, Brian Epstein, as well as the London gay scene of the 60s. Now available for reading at the archives!
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