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Chasing Sarah Aswell.

Bravo for publishing articles like Sarah Aswell's "Chasing the Duclod Man" [March 27]. Articles like this one--so intriguing and well-written--appeal to a wide audience and make your magazine interesting and accessible to LGBT allies like me. Aswell's mystery and subsequent investigation drew me in and never let go. I'll be reading The Advocate for more great pieces like this one. Thanks!

ERIN STUTELBERG Denver, Colo.

I just wanted to write in praise of Sarah Aswell's article "Chasing the Duclod Man." This was one of the more engaging and riveting pieces of journalism rye read in quite some time, and I can't help but wonder when someone will try to make it into a movie. Aswell managed beth to deliver the facts of her investigation and simultaneously reveal something far deeper about the nature of obsession.

TOM ROBSON Bloomington, Ind.
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Title Annotation:FROM THE READERS
Author:Robson, Tom
Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Apr 24, 2007
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