Michael H. Broder is a same-sex-married, HIV-positive man of learning and letters living in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. He holds a PhD in classics from CUNY and an MFA in creative writing from NYU. His book of poems, This Life Now (A Midsummer Night's Press, 2014), was a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award. He is the publisher of Indolent Books, a small nonprofit poetry press, and founder of the HIV Here & Now poetry project.
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The pandemic has disrupted HIV care all over the world, causing missed doses of medications and lack of access to clinics.
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Michael Broder explores the decades-long journey from experimental treatments for herpes to COVID-19, with HIV along the way.
While it may be months or years before effective treatments emerge, the HIV research of the past few decades has given us a head start.
“Grindr lets me tell guys right in my profile that I’m poz on meds and undetectable. Not only is that very convenient; it also, I believe, helps increase awareness, and helps normalize HIV-positive status.”
HIV and AIDS are missing from the celebrations of poetry going on this National Poetry Month 2017. HIV Here & Now wants to change that.