Remembering Bo Huston, Who Bore Witness to the Peak of the AIDS Crisis

posted on 28 Jun 2020


In the final years of his life—a cruel phrase, really, as he only lived to 33—the writer Bo Huston made several trips to Zurich for experimental AIDS treatments. In his downtime there, between appointments, he read Christopher Isherwood and Patricia Highsmith, slept, and went for walks to fill the days.

Read the full article on this link to The Literary Hub