Winter's light: reflections of a Yankee queer
University Press of New England, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 175 pages
In these stirring autobiographical essays and social commentaries, a prolific writer and gay rights pioneer--whose voice was stilled by AIDS in 1994--tells of the search for a place to belong. "Preston's voice is as brave, honest, and clear-sighted as ever, which makes us miss it all the more sorely".--Anne Rice.
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