Pryor Rendering

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Plume, Apr 1, 1997 - Fiction - 280 pages
2 Reviews
A dazzling tale of one young man's emotional and sexual awakening in a small Oklahoma town--"colorful, rich . . . a near perfect tale, and a compelling alternative to the spate of gay epics that have lately inundated readers" ("Kirkus Review").

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User Review  - ocgreg34 - LibraryThing

Growing up in rural Oklahoma hasn't been easy for your Charlie Hope. Daily life runs toward the mundane, listening to his mother Ida's tales of his father Garl Hope or spending time at his secret spot ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A slow-paced, gay coming-of-age debut novel set in the working-class town of Pryor, an impoverished but colorful and spiritually rich corner of Oklahoma. Reed's title may strike some as a lousy pun ... Read full review


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Gary Reed was the publisher of Caliber Press, a specialty publisher of comics and books that released 1,500 issues in the 1990s. In addition to serving as President of Caliber, Gary was also publisher of Stabur Graphics and Vice President of McFarlane Toys during the inaugural launch of that company. He has written over 200 comics and books, including Baker Street, Renfield, Saint Germaine, Raven Chronicles, and others.

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