David Sokol writes about LGBT subjects as well as architecture and interior design for numerous websites and magazines, and he is the author of The Modern Architecture Pop-Up Book (Rizzoli). He and his partner Kevin live in New York and the Hudson Valley.
David entered journalism in 1999, while still studying at Yale. Since then he has written for The Advocate and for "Rainbow Pilgrimage," the NYC & Company tourism initiative celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. His design writing has been published by Interior Design, Domino, and Surface magazines.
An embarrassment of riches. I can't think of a better way to describe all the opportunities for LGBT people to meet, dance, learn, and play together in New York City. Spend just moments outside of New York -- say, in the Hudson Valley, where we work very hard to organize a social scene -- and you'll realize how good we have it! For newcomers to New York, I hope to introduce you to our LGBT institutions. And to the veterans of the scene, I look forward to uncovering hidden gems with you, not to mention reexamining the places and events we may take for granted.