David Leavitt

“Negra, Hawaiana, e Uomo d’affari giapponese,” Il Sole 24 Ore, October 2020.

“2020,” Vogue Italia, September 2020.

“Cuorcontento” (“Happy?”), Vogue Italia, July/August 2020.

“Florida Diary,” Corriere della Sera, July 3rd, 2020.

“The First Cup of Coffee,” L’Uomo Vogue, June 2019.

“The Lisbon Novel, A Small Genre,” Book Post, May 27th, 2019.

“On Caravaggio,” Vogue Italia, September 2017.

“Turing and the Paranormal,” The Turing Guide, Oxford University Press, 2017.

“The Making of Larry Kramer's Americans,” The New Yorker’s Page Turner blog, May 2015.

“Treasure Box,” VQR, Fall 2014.

“Florence, A Love Story,” CN Traveler, November 2014.

“Intolerance, Then and Now,” Times of India, January 5th, 2014.

“Homage to Antonio Tabucchi,” MicroMega, May 2012.

“Letter at Fifty to the Self Who at Twenty-Five Wrote a Letter to His Thirteen-Year-Old Self Assuring Him that Everything Would Be OK,” The Letter Q, ed. Sarah Moon, Scholastic Books, 2012.

“Alan Turing, the Father of the Modern Computer, Is Finally Getting His Due,” The Washington Post, June 22nd, 2012.

“The Art of Science,” UF Today, Spring 2008.

“Men in Love: Is Brokeback Mountain a Gay Film?,” Slate, December 8th, 2005,

“Out of the Closet and Off the Shelf,” The New York Times Book Review, July 17th, 2005.

“Vada-Pav in the Morning,” Saveur, April, 2005.

“Notes Toward an Opinion On Gay Marriage,” The M Word: Writers on Same-Sex Marriage, ed. Kathy Pories, Algonquin Books, 2004.

“The Writing Speaks for Itself: Edmund White’s Work Inhabits the Borderland Between Memoir and Fiction,” The Guardian (London), June 26th, 2004.

“Tuscan Holiday,” Gourmet, December 2003.

“Staying Home,” Metropolitan Home, November/December 2003.

“Out from Under the Tuscan Sun,” Food and Wine, April 2003.

“Notes on Coincidence,” Topic, Fall 2002.

“One Eye on the Past,” Sunday Telegraph (London), May 5th, 2002.

“The Town That Gags Its Writers,” The New York Times, February 18th, 2001.

“Here and There,” House Beautiful, February 2001.

“Lost Among the Pinafores,” Tin House, Winter 2000.

“Comforting Lessons in Arranging Life’s Details,” The New York Times, November 6th, 2000.

“William Plomer’s Museum Pieces,” Tin House, Fall 2000.

“Italy’s Best Kept Secret,” Travel and Leisure, May 2000.

“The Mark of Zegna,” Food and Wine, March 2000.

“Dreaming of Tetrazzini,” Food and Wine, December 1999.

“Two Florentine Portraits,” The Southwest Review, 1999. (Co-authored with Mark Mitchell.)

“The Hate Epidemic,” The New York Times, October 18, 1998.

“The Grand Hotel Villa d’Este,” Travel and Leisure, September 1997.

“The Future of Gay Writing,” The Advocate, October 14th, 1997 (30th Anniversary Issue).

“The Beautiful, Irresponsible Novella,” Writer’s Digest, June 1997.

“240 Ecrivains Racontent un Jour de leur Vie” [April 29th, 1994], Le Nouvel Observateur, Hors series, November 1994.

“Two Dead Writers,” The Southwest Review, spring/summer 1994.

“Did I Plagiarize His Life?” The New York Times Magazine, April 3rd, 1994.

“Dispatch from Florence,” Time Out (London), August 1993.

“Palace of Memories,” House and Garden, December 1991.

“Fears That Haunt a Scrubbed America,” The New York Times, August 19th, 1990.

“Living Large: Sybille Bedford At Home and Abroad,” Village Voice Literary Supplement, June 1990.

“Almodóvar On the Verge,” The New York Times Magazine, April 22nd, 1990 and The Guardian (London), June 23, 1990.

“Mad About Milan,” Vogue, March 1990.

“The Way I Live Now,” The New York Times Magazine, July 9th, 1989.

“Italy’s Secret Gardens,” Vogue, June 1988.

“The River’s Edge,” 7 Days, March 30th, 1988.

“It Seems So Much the Truth It Is the Truth: Alice Munro,” The Boston Review, February 1987.

“The Unsung Voices,” Esquire, February 1986.

“New Voices and Old Values,” The New York Times Book Review, May 12th, 1985.

“The New Lost Generation,” Esquire (the magazine’s decennial “My Generation” essay), May 1985.