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Book Notes: New AIDS Authors and Subjects


New York Times (10/04/95) P. C19

In the coming months, various divisions of Simon & Schuster will publish a number of HIV-related books. This fall, Pocket Books will publish "The HIV Drug Book," a guide to AIDS drugs and treatments compiled by the HIV and AIDS treatment and advocacy group Project Inform. In November, meanwhile, Jossey -Bass will offer "Sometimes My Heart Goes Numb: Love and Caregiving in a Time of AIDS," by Charles Garfield. Finally, AIDS activist Mary Fisher's book "My Name Is Mary: A Memoir," will be put out by Scribner in January. Simon & Schuster and its imprints are also introducing several CD-ROM items and audio titles related to HIV and AIDS.


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