I checked out a book of Truman Capote's essays from the library. I didn't want to read them, so I don't know what I was thinking, but I flipped through it just now. The book opened to an essay, a conversation with Marilyn Monroe. She was Truman's date to Constance Collier's funeral. I kind of vaguely remember reading in an old biography that Marilyn and Constance were lesbian lovers. Marilyn Monroe seemed to be everyone's lover, lesbian or otherwise, so maybe it was somebody else.
So, that's all.