How I’ve learned to write about my own experiences documenting the AIDS/HIV crisis as an oral historian.
Brendan McHugh is a queer multiply disabled San Francisco-based features writer and public historian. His work on AIDS/HIV history and disability has been featured in KQED, The Bold Italic, Contingent Magazine, Lady Science, JSTOR Daily News, Nursing Clio, and The Better Because Collective. He runs the online exhibit Shanti Projects: Intimate Histories of the AIDS Crisis which was covered by A&U: America’s AIDS Magazine. He has forthcoming work in Bay Nature Magazine. You can follow him on twitter @brendanexplain1
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