And Say Hi to Joyce: America's First Gay Column Comes Out
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 353 pages
Deb Price and Joyce Murdoch are the first gay couple to enter many an American home. They breeze through the front door, courtesy of daily newspapers from Palm Springs to Niagara Falls. Whether newspaper readers are appalled or delighted to discover an openly lesbian columnist trying to strike up a conversation, they find themselves drawn to Deb's words week after week as she injects a long-overdue gay perspective into mainstream journalism. Deb and Joyce join forces in these pages, not just to share the first twenty months of Deb's award-winning column and the inspiring story of its birth, but to tell the touching tale of how the column is changing lives by knocking down barriers that set people apart.
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