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Patrick Moore has worked extensively on gay issues as both an activist and a writer. The author of two novels, This Every Night and Iowa, he was the founding director of the Estate Project for Artists with AIDS in New York City. Moore currently lives in Los Angeles, California, and is developing projects for film and television. From the Hardcover edition.
Moore offers a provocative defense of gay male sex culture in the 1970s as well as a jeremiad on the AIDS holocaust of the 1980s . . . As a detailed examination of the ways in which rage gives depth to art, Moore's book has no peer in recent memory. -Publishers Weekly "Patrick Moore's point of departure is as refreshing as it is daring . . . [This] slim polemic retains its unorthodox urgency, calling gay men to return to the sexual vanguard."--Kai Wright, -Out "Essential reading for anyone seeking an imaginative interpretation of recent gay history." -Library Journal "A provocative, wistful book . . . Moore's yearning is touching and his politics refreshingly incautious-a romantic affection for the entirely unromantic." --Austin Bunn, The Advocate "This quietly personal book reclaims the past for young gay men and makes it useable."--Edmund White, author of A Boy's Own Story