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WE WHO FEEL DIFFERENTLY JOURNAL — ISSUE 3, FALL 2014

This is Not A Line: Conversations, Essays, and Images About HIV/AIDS Now

Guest edited by Theodore “Ted” Kerr

We Who Feel Differently Journal, Fall 2014 issue: “Time is Not A Line: Conversations, Essays, and Images about HIV/AIDS Now” guest edited by Theodore Kerr. Featuring texts and contributions by: Aimar ArriolaKenyon FarrowPato Hebert and Cyd Nova, Bryn Kelly, Nathan Lee and Carlos Motta, and Xaviera Simmons.

With contributions by academicians, activists and artists: 

Aimar Arriola, Kenyon Farrow, Pato Hebert and Cyd Nova, Bryn Kelly, Nathan Lee and Carlos Motta, and Xaviera Simmons

“While HIV/AIDS begins with a virus, we can also understand it as an assemblage, not just self-tasked with replication, but also driven and made bigger through accumulation. Within the assemblage of the epidemic, time is not a line, as HIV/AIDS becomes the organizing principle, the lens through which many experience the world, and many try to make sense of it. This issue of the We Who Feel Differently Journal invites you in—as is the case with previous issues—to think and to feel differently.” —Ted Kerr

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