John Weir’s YOUR NOSTALGIA IS KILLING ME reviewed in Five South!

John Weir’s linked stories explore sexuality and separation through platonic love, activism, art, and death — in a time when gender was confined to “girl, boy, or faggot” and AIDS ravages a generation. Stories span the 70s, 80s, and 90s as an unnamed narrator navigates the long aftermath of an epidemic and tries to close the gap between loneliness and loss.