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Press: Interviews


Jul 2017

Audio: Roughly Speaking: Trump’s Decision on Transgender in the Military

President Trump’s announcement that the U.S. will no longer “accept or allow” transgender people in the military is “deeply horrifying,” an action that “enshrines prejudice.”

Jul 2017

Audio: Conversations LIVE! Andrew Solomon Discusses the New Young Adult Edition of “Far from the Tree”

Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back Andrew Solomon to Conversations Live to discuss the new young adult edition of “Far from the Tree.”

Jul 2017

Audio: Feisty Side of Fifty: Far from the Tree

Andrew Solomon discusses his award-winning book “Far from the Tree” with host Mary Anne Williams.

Jul 2017

Audio: It’s Your Health with Lisa Davis: Our Differences Unite Us

Andrew Solomon talks with It’s Your Health host Lisa Davis about the new young adult edition of his award-winning book, “Far from the Tree.”

Jun 2017

Andrew Solomon: ‘Niemand is immuun voor depressie’

We houden van succesverhalen, maar de draken die we daarvoor moeten verslaan, willen we liever niet onder ogen zien. Het zijn echter juist de tegenslagen die onze identiteit en onze leiderschapskwaliteiten bepalen. Wat geeft ware kracht?

Jun 2017

Audio: ABC Radio Australia: Homotopia

Earshot’s Homotopia takes a closer look at queer culture, nearly five decades after the birth of gay liberation and the Stonewall riots.

Jun 2017

Video: Going Sane: The Poisonous History of Parent Blame

An excerpt from the new documentary, Going Sane, on the state of mental health care in America

May 2017

Video: Mirror Weekly Profiles Andrew Solomon

Andrew said that he felt the greatest love between him and his mother, and was eager to once again feel that love with a child of his own. He never imagined that he would one day marry and give birth to a lovely son.

May 2017

The Beauty and Value of Drawing

Drawing: “Quick intimate marks serving a vision — with skill”

Apr 2017

This Gay Journalist’s Epic Book Shows How Travel Can Change Us All

For all its attendant trauma, Solomon saw clearly that being gay had freed him from the claustrophobia of a world where there is only one way of doing things.