I have AIDS. I am surprised that I do. I have not been exposed since1977, which is to say that my experience, myadventures in homosexuality took place largely in the1960s and '70s, and back then I relied on time and abstinence to indicate my degree of freedom from infectionand to protect others and myself.
1996 This Wild Darkness: The Story of My Death.
I'm sixty-two, and it's ecological sense to die while you're still productive, die and clear a space for others, old and young.Harold Brodkey
Death is not soft-mouthed, vague-footed, nearby. It is in the hall.Harold Brodkey
Nothing I have ever written has been admired as much as the announcement of my death.Harold Brodkey