Displacing homophobia: gay male perspectives in literature and culture

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Duke University Press, 1989 - Fiction - 313 pages
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The editors have gathered essays that not only make a major contribution to the effort to replace homophobic discourse, but also speak persuasively to all readers interested in literature or literary history, contemporary theory, and popular culture.

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John M. Clum is professor of English and professor of the practice of drama at Duke University. His most recent book is "Something for the Boys: Musical Theater and Gay Culture," He is also a playwright, whose play "Randy's House" has been produced in a number of theaters, and a director of more than 60 professional and university productions.

Michael Moon is the co-founder and president of GISTICS Inc, an internationally renowned research and executive education firm. He and his firm track key developments related to the interactive corporation and its four disciplines: electronic commerce, digital branding, samrt media, and process management. He delivers a series of executive seminars, workshops, and Web-based tele-seminars in North America and abroad and advises major international corporations on strategies for branding, eCommerce, and rapid market entry into technical markets. Doug Millison is a freelance writer and editor based in the San Francisco Bay Area. In the early 1990s he helped shape the interactive media designer and developer community as co-founder and editor-in-chief of the pioneering magazine, Morph's Outpost on the Digital Frontier. More recently, he co-authored a best-selling book for Web designers and developers, Creating Killer Web Sites, Second Edition.