Kevin Sessums is the author of the New York Times bestseller Mississippi Sissy, a memoir of his childhood. He was executive editor of Andy Warhol's Interview magazine and a contributing editor of Vanity Fair and Allure. He is a contributing editor of Parade. His new memoir, I Left It on the Mountain, will be published by St. Martins Press.

The Sex and the City star returns to her Broadway roots in Wit. She talks to Kevin Sessums about the play, her own bout with cancer, why everyone gives bisexuals such a hard time—and what determines being gay in the first place.


Acclaimed playwright Jon Robin Baitz talks about his lauded new play, ‘Other Desert Cities,’ his crash-and-burn experience with ‘Brothers and Sisters’ on TV, David Mamet’s turn to the right, Rob Lowe’s graciousness, and other matters theatrical and personal.

Mr. Showbiz

He’s only 38, but he has one of the most diverse careers in the business. As he prepares to host the Tonys on Sunday, Harris talks to Kevin Sessums about musicals, coming out, and fatherhood.

The critical darling is back with a daring play about meth and gay sex. She tells Kevin Sessums about her own struggles with substance abuse and why she never thought she was sexy.

Fourteen years after Kevin Sessums spoke to Elizabeth Taylor about her AIDS activism, he offers never-before-seen outtakes from the fun, feisty interview—from her secret about James Dean to why she never wrote a memoir. Plus, Valentino, Diane von Furstenberg, and writers and AIDS activists remember the late Hollywood queen's advocacy.