Published by Mark Addison Smith, New York, 2015. Title from cover. Center's copy is #95 of 365. Includes a brief interview reprinted from 2014.
"Consists of an abecedary of 24 text-based drawings inspired by playwright and activist Larry Kramer's 2004 call-to-action speech, The tragedy of today's gays. Each drawing is dedicated to a letter in the alphabet, and drawn using three words--rewritten hundreds of times--that appear in the original speech (the complete set contains 24 works because Kramer's speech did not include any words beginning with an X or a Z). The drawings first began in Chicago in 2010 and completed in New York City in 2014. This series was completed to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Kramer's speech, with hopes of inviting viewers to reflect upon a decade-long sliver of the 30+ ongoing years of the AIDS crisis"--From the Visual AIDS website