Gay Fiction Speaks : Conversations with Gay Novelists
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 153.42 x 228.85 x 24.89mm | 621.42g
- 13 Feb 2001
- Columbia University Press
- New York, United States
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27 Jan 2004
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-- Edmund White talks about narrative style and the story behind the cover of A Boy's Own Story.
-- Armistead Maupin discusses his method of writing and how his work has adapted to television.
-- Dennis Cooper thinks about L.A., AIDS, Try, and pop music.
-- Alan Hollinghurst considers structure and point of view in The Folding Star, and why The Swimming-Pool Library is exactly 366 pages long.
-- David Leavitt muses on the identity of the gay reader -- and the extent to which that readership defined a tradition.
-- Andrew Holleran wonders how he might have made The Beauty of Men "more forlorn, romantic, lost" by writing in the first person.
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