#NYTReadalong | Mark S. King (Blogger, HIV/AIDS Activist)
Sree's Sunday #NYTReadalong is kicking off Pride Month with Mark S. King, an award-winning blogger, author, speaker, and HIV/AIDS activist who has been involved in HIV causes since testing positive in 1985.
Mark was named the 2020 LGBTQ Journalist of the Year by the National Lesbian and Gay Journalist Association (NLGJA), which also awarded King their “Excellence in Blogging” honor in 2014, 2016 and 2020. My Fabulous Disease won the 2020 GLAAD Award for Outstanding Blog after five consecutive nominations, and was named one of 2020’s “OUT100” by OUT Magazine.
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Mark has appeared as a spokesperson on ABC News, 48 Hours, the BBC, CNN, and in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. His award-winning writing has been featured in The Advocate, Newsweek, POZ Magazine, Queerty, and TheBody.com.
Mark has been honored for his writing numerous times, including the 2007-2008 National Lesbian and Gay Journalist Association’s award for best opinion piece of the year, for his essay “Once, When We Were Heroes,” about the early days of the AIDS epidemic.
Once a week, he convenes a regular Zoom call with family and close friends to review Kwame Anthony Appiah’s The Ethicist column and The New York Times News Quiz.
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