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Body Positive
Table of Contents, April 2001

Body Positive Magazine April 2001

R E G U L A R   C O L U M N S

Body Positive
Creed

"You Are Not Alone"
by Jim Lewis and Michael Slocum

Psychologically Speaking
"Getting Creative"
by J. Buzz von Ornsteiner

Medical Matters
"Reports from the 8th Annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections"

Research
Notebook

"New Emphasis in HIV Prevention: Interventions Targeting HIV-Positive Men"
by Paul Galatowitsch, Ph.D. and Eric Rodriguez, M.A. of CHEST

Readers' Forum

BP Spotlight
"The Volunteer Program"
Highlighting Programs and Services of Body Positive
by Dana Levin, M.A.

Reading AIDS: The Body Positive Book Reading Club
Spiritus Pizza
by Dennis Rhodes

Newsline

Resources

Masthead

 

F E A T U R E
A R T I C L E S

The AIDS Theatre Project
"The Play's the Thing" for this troupe of people with HIV/AIDS
by Laura Engle

LIFEbeat: Building Bridges, Making Music
An insider's view of the intersection between HIV/AIDS and the music industry
by Gillian Murphy

"Unimaginable Grief, Unexpected Joy": AIDS in Poetry
A special feature edited by Body Postive's Poetry and Fiction Editor Dennis Rhodes and featuring poets Alfred Corn, Walter Holland, Rachel Hadas, Dean Kostos, and Gerry Gomez

Visual AIDS
Body Positive presents the work of two artists represented in The Visual AIDS Archive Project


Index of Body Positive Back Issues




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