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This book was everything I hoped for and more. Insider-y gossip, succinct biographies of the writers I love (Edmund White, Truman Capote, Andrew Holleran, James Baldwin) and the all-important timeline of and impact of publications like Giovanni's Roo...more
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" Eminent Outlaws is an excellent critical survey of the most important gay male American writers from 1948 to 2000, for those who've read virtually all these writers (as have I) and for those only vaguely familiar with them. I wish he had included... " Read more of this review »
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“Consistency is the hallmark of the unimaginative.”
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“On any person who desires such queer prizes, New York will bestow the gift of loneliness and the gift of privacy. It is this largess that accounts for the presence within the city’s walls of a considerable section of the population; for the residents of Manhattan are to a large extent strangers who have pulled up stakes somewhere and come to town, seeking sanctuary or fulfillment or some greater or lesser grail. The capacity to make such dubious gifts is a mysterious quality of New York. It can destroy an individual, or it can fulfill him, depending a good deal on luck. No one should come to New York to live unless he is willing to be lucky.”
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