Column Inches: Everyday Observations of a Gay Pragmatist

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BookSurge, LLC, 2006 - Literary Criticism - 204 pages
In this collection of thought-provoking essays, columnist Eric Hunter provides a crystal-clear snapshot of the gay cultural zeitgeist of the late '90s and early '00s.

Taking on topics ranging from the AIDS pandemic and gay marriage to light hearted looks at gay monogamy and bridging the gay generation gap, Hunter portrays gay life with humor and sincerity. Intelligent and heartfelt, "Column Inches: Everyday Observations of a Gay Pragmatist" focuses the spotlight on universal issues that face the GLBT community while calling on readers to do their part to challenge stereotypes and work for equality for all Americans.

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About the author (2006)

A Cincinnati native and Washington & Lee University graduate, Eric Hunter now makes his home in Brooklyn, along with his partner and their two dogs. For five years, he shared his musings on gay and lesbian culture in a monthly column for CityBeat, the independent arts and entertainment weekly based in his hometown. His writing has also appeared in publications including The Advocate, TimeOut New York, The Cincinnati Enquirer and Metrosource. This is his first book.

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