Everything I Have is Blue: Short Fiction by Working Class Men about More-or-less Gay Life

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Wendell Ricketts
Suspect Thoughts Press, 2005 - Fiction - 249 pages
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In this age of Will & Grace and gentrification, the dream market and gay investment advisors, you don't hear much about working-class queers. In fact, some would even consider the idea a contradiction in terms. But the contributors to Everything I Have Is Blue: Short Fiction by Working-Class Men About More-or-Less Gay Life would beg to differ. The first collection of short stories by working-class queer, gay, and bisexual men, Everything I Have Is Blue is a rich and long-overdue contribution both to the burgeoning field of working-class studies and to LGBTIQ fiction.

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For me, the theme of this very intriguing book can be found in editor Wendell Ricketts's story "Raspberry Pie." Regarding his posh, patrician ex-lover across the lunch table, the narrator's only ... Read full review


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About the author (2005)

Wendell Ricketts is a writer and translator living in Italy. He holds an MA in English and creative writing from the University of New Mexico.

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