THE COMMENTS, SO FAR...
 
"A beautifully-crafted book that will serve as a benchmark work for years to come."--Vicki Ruiz, author of From Out of the Shadows: Mexican Women in Twentieth-Century America
 
"In beautiful style, Hurewitz engages the history of sexuality writ large. He provides a fascinating look at the development of bohemian Los Angeles, its overlap of artists and activists, and presents this material in a new light that tells the story of the emergence of homosexual civil rights movements through the art and politics of the day. This will certainly impact the direction of the field."--Nan Alamilla Boyd, author of Wide-Open Town: A History of Queer San Francisco to 1965
 
"An important and highly original book. It is at once a history of homosexual and homosocial thought and behavior, modernism and modernist expression, and radical political engagement. Its restorative, poignant character allows the reader to visit lost neighborhoods where social and political threads brought together a compelling group of people."--William Deverell, author of Whitewashed Adobe: The Rise of Los Angeles and the Remaking of Its Mexican Past
 
Bohemian Los Angeles...
And the Making of Modern Politics
So, the new book is on its way, due out in Fall 2006.
 
Publicity should start in November, and then sales should kick off in January... at least, that’s what they tell me.
 
Here’s the link from the University of California Press where you can get all the details: UCPress
 
And Amazon already has a listing for it! You can pre-order it at a great discount... Tempting, no?
 
 
Check out the latest news on the Boho View Blog. I’ll try to keep you updated as to the latest developments...