Since December 1, 1989, Day Without Art writers have responded to AIDS as witnesses. They express the sentiments
of their community and communicate its suffering in a tangible form of action and mourning.



Call for Submissions 2019


December 1, 2018
Fine Tuning the Chill , John Gilgun (1996)
Ula danced a yambu, Peggy Morrison (2015)
Reading the News (Dream Journal), Leila Rae (1998)
Strangers, Janell Moon (2015)
Me and You, Peggy Morrison (2018)
epilogue, Leila Rae (2015)

December 1, 2015—2017
unavailable

December 1, 2014
Sea Glass, Leila Rae (2014)

December 1, 2004—2013
unavailable

December 1, 2003
World AIDS Awareness Day, Leila Rae (2003)
Michael, My Brother, Anthony Adrian Pino (2003)
David B. Feinberg, ACT UP demo May 21, 1990, Jim Provenzano (2003)
Jue Ju, Leila Rae (2003)
Wingsong, Andrew Ramer (2003)
Postcards To The Dead, Steven Reigns (2003)
Photos of Mars, Steven Reigns (2003)
Counting, Bara Swain (2003)

December 1, 2002
Birds of Paradise, Violet Goulding (2002)
On First Meeting, Peter Harris (2002)
Quality Gardening, Leila Rae (2002)

December 1, 2001
Teeth Like Tigers, Violet Goulding (2001)
Ghost Gallery, Sara McAulay (2001)
Symposium, Christopher Mulrooney (2001)
Saltpoint at Mid-Night, Leila Rae (2001)
Husband? Wife! Bara Swain (2001)

December 1, 2000
The Promise, Bara Swain (2000)
Underpinnings, Lola Chavelak & Aaron Jason (2000)
Dragonfly, Leila Rae (2000)

December 1, 1999
unavailable

December 1, 1998
Reading the News, (Dream Journal), Leila Rae (1998)

December 1, 1997
Sara Coma, Aaron Jason (1997)
Dancer, Sara McAulay (1997)
The Presence Of Your Absence, Doug Tanoury (1997)
Sho, Dedan-Jah (1997)

December 1, 1996
Del, Brenda Carter (1996)
Fine Tuning the Chill , John Gilgun (1996)
The Waste, Jana Halter (1996)
Some Drag Queens I've Known:
An Epitaph
, Aaron Jason (1996)
The Last Time I Saw Him, Sara McAulay (1996)

December 1, 1995
Death Plays Pool, Leila Rae (1995)

December 1, 1994
Codes and Marks, Leila Rae (1994)

December 1, 1993
unavailable

December 1, 1992
White Horse Laughing, Leila Rae (1992)

December 1, 1991
The Plum Tree, Leila Rae (1991)

December 1, 1990
Death, Leila Rae (1990)

December 1, 1989
unavailable