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Must-Listen: What Can Queer Voices of the Past Teach Us Today?

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Journalist Eric Marcus discusses the importance of historic queer voices. 

To celebrate LGBT History Month, Memory Motel's Terence Mickey interviews Eric Marcus, author of Making Gay History, on why he's revisiting old tapes from the late 1980s and listening to voices from the past today.

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You can also listen to the episode on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Sound Cloud.

Memory Hotel's next episode will be released in two weeks, on October 25.

About Memory Hotel: Memory is not fixed. It is an imaginative act. Nothing stays the same, why should memory? Drawing on history, science, literature, personal stories, and fiction, Terence Mickey sets out to understand how dependent we are on memory to understand our lives. And with the slippery nature of memory, how do we be okay with not always knowing? If you're curious, welcome to Memory Motel.

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