It’s a brand new feature we’re doing here at the WOW Report – an EXCLUSIVE daily peek into the WOW vault and the extensive library of interviews we’ve conducted over the last three decades. First up, curmudgeonly mid-century novelist/historian/essayist Gore Vidal discusses a number of subjects – including his groundbreaking gay novel The Pillar & the Salt, whether or not being “gay” is even a thing, and a little known story about a Pacific island during World War II where all the male soldiers thrillingly paired up into couples. WHAAAAAT? OH MY! It’s your must-watch video of the day!
The interview was conducted in 2003 by Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey for Imagine Entertainment’s Inside Deep Throat.
For further reading about Gore, on the occasion of what would be his 93rd birthday, check out Stephen Rutledge’s post on him from earlier today.