Mapping the Territory
Selected NonfictionBook - 2009
This first collection of essays by novelist Christopher Bram addresses topics such as the power of gay fiction, coming out in the 1970s in Virginia, low-budget filmmaking with friends, the sexual imagination of Henry James and why Christopher Bram and his partner of 30 years do not want to get married. In these essays, Bram looks both into and out of himself. His book is not simply a collection of short pieces, but an autobiography of ideas from one of the most lively and popular novelists today.
Publisher: New York : Alyson, c2009
Branch Call Number: 814.54 BRAM
Characteristics: xiii, 258 p. ; 22 cm