Award-Winning Men: Up Close and Personal with Gay Honorees

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iUniverse, Mar 1, 2002 - Fiction - 208 pages
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Learn about the American Leatherboy who ran for a state Senate seat. And the Mr. New York City Bear who has appeared on VH1's Behind the Music. And the openly gay actor who had a day named in his honor by a city mayor. These are just a few of the 48 intriguing gentlemen, from coast to coast, profiled and photographed in Award-Winning Men: Up Close and Personal with Gay Honorees.

Get the inside scoop from numerous titleholders, such as Mr. International Gay Rodeo Association and the Emperor of San Francisco's Imperial Court. Other award-winners include singers, comedians, filmmakers, authors, athletes, erotic performers, and everyday activists. A unique opportunity to meet recipients of a wide array of accolades-ranging from a fun nod for Best Buns to Broadway's coveted Tony Award!

And the award goes to Ed Karvoski Jr. for his 'Award-Winning Men,' a diverse collection of profiles in pride. A fun and inspirational read, it will make you proud to be gay and in such good company.

Steve Stewart, author of "Full Frontal"

If you want to know the real 'prizes' in our community, you'll pick up this book of fantastic profiles. Diverse in every way -- age, ethnicity and background. An amazing amount of new and incredibly personal information!

Mickey Skee, author of "Bad Boys on Video"

This amusing collection is sure to make gay men across the country stand up at attention! A virtual gay pride extravaganza, Karvoski's 'Award-Winning Men' honors the unique, unsung heroes of our community.

Meryl Cohn, author of "Do What I Say"

Ed Karvoski Jr. has brought together a gang of award-winning men as eclectic as his own career. These wonderful gay men remind us that sometimes awards come not from the 'Academy,' but from the journey of life.

Andy Schell, author of "My Best Man"

Anyone looking for role models and examples of community success should read 'Award-Winning Men.' Bravo to Ed Karvoski Jr. for documenting these men and their achievements. My question: When is the next installment?

Len, founder of Stonewall Society

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About the author (2002)

Entertainment and pop-culture reporter Ed Karvoski Jr. is the author of five books including the best-seller "A Funny Time to Be Gay," released in e-book edition in January of 2011. He and his books have been featured in countless publications including The New York Times, USA Weekend, Publishers Weekly, The Advocate and Out. In addition, The Village Voice dubbed him "an insatiable vacuum cleaner in the show-biz closet." Karvoski has also received the Stonewall Society's Pride in the Arts Literary Award.

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