Notes of a Deaf Gay Writer: 20 Years Later

Raymond Luczak revisits the essay that brought him national attention for the first time. Originally published as a cover story in CHRISTOPHER STREET magazine in December 1990, rereading the essay prompted him to compare his feelings against what he'd felt back then. His reactions may surprise you.
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About Raymond Luczak

Raymond Luczak is the author and editor of 25 books, including QDA: A QUEER DISABILITY ANTHOLOGY (Squares & Rebels), HOW TO KILL POETRY (Sibling Rivalry Press), and AMONG THE LEAVES: QUEER MALE POETS ON THE MIDWESTERN EXPERIENCE (Squares & Rebels). His latest titles are FLANNELWOOD (Red Hen Press), LOVEJETS: QUEER MALE POETS ON 200 YEARS OF WALT WHITMAN (Squares & Rebels), COMPASSION, MICHIGAN: THE IRONWOOD STORIES (Modern History Press), and ONCE UPON A TWIN (Gallaudet University Press). He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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