Stephen Coy reviews He’s Done Ever So Well for Himself by Justin David ‘a writer with keen skills of observation’.

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It would not be unusual for a reader to begin this book and think it a memoir. I did. A quick check on the jacket confirmed that it is a work of fiction. Perhaps there are people who are this funny in real life but most of us can only hope to encounter so many … Continue reading



Queerguru reviews Logical Family  A Memoir: by  Armistead Maupin

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Maupin had a problem with his parents.  Elements of his family’s dynamics surface in much of his best work.  Michael Tolliver, the charming character in the “Tales of the City” series, famously writes a coming out letter to his Mama after she joins the Anita Bryant campaign to “Save Our Children.”  Maupin’s parents never responded … Continue reading



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