Walter Holland, Ph.D., is the author of two books of poetry, A Journal of the Plague Years: Poems 1979-1992 and Transatlantic, as well as a novel, The March. His short stories have been published in Art and Understanding, Harrington Gay Men’s Fiction Quarterly, Rebel Yell, and Mama’s Boy: Gay Men Writing About Their Mothers. Some of his poetry credits include: Antioch Review, Art and Understanding, Barrow Street, Bay Windows, Body Positive, Christopher Street, Chiron Review, The Cream City Review, Found Object, Men’s Style, Pegasus, Phoebe, and Poets for Life: 76 Poets Respond to AIDS. He lives in New York City and teaches poetry and literature at The New School as well as works as a physical therapist.
by Walter Holland
Walter Holland’s debut novel about the friendship of gay men during the early years of the AIDS epidemic.
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