What a Tangled Web: A Non-fiction Narrative

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IGNA Books, 2005 - Education - 718 pages
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“Sometimes I think novels can be divided into two types; the quick and the dead. This one is in the former category: it is brilliantly and bitterly alive.” — Richard Hall, The Advocate Read full review


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Saving Jane Austen (a comedie grotesque). In fiction, Daniel Curzon has published in The Kenyon Review, Descant, Christopher Street, The Oregon Review, Pannus Index, and many other magazines. His stories have been anthologized in Mae West Is Dead (Faber and Faber), Man of My Dreams (Chronicle Books), Aphrodisiac (Coward-McCann), and several other collections. His books include the landmark Something You Do in the Dark (G.P. Putnam and Lancer Books), The World Can Break Your Heart (Knights Press), Curzon in Love (Knights Press), Only the Good Parts and Not Necessarily Nice: Stories. Among the Carnivores (Ashley), Human Warmth and Other Stories - Donald Allen, Editor (Grey Fox Press) And of course The Big Book of In-Your-Face Gay Etiquette. Now published by Wisehouse of Sweden. Daniel Curzon has also written plays on a variety of subjects: He was awarded the 1999 National New Play Contest Award for Godot Arrives by the Southwest Theatre Association. Produced by Apathy Is Lethal, Orlando Fringe, 2008, Cathaayatra, New Delhi, 2009. Translated into German, Klaus Heindl Publishers, 2009. Also Finalist for the 2003 National New Play Contest for Stuck. "Batperson and Robbie: Cute Meat," produced by F.A.C.T. at Joria Stage, NYC, September, 2010. "Peni: A Post-Feminist Morality Play," staged by Gamaliel Valle, Master's Directing Class, the New School for Drama, NYC, 2010.

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