What They Did to Princess Paragon (Robert Rodi Essentials)

Superstar cartoonist Brian Parrish is charged with updating the creaky old superheroine, Princess Paragon. His solution? Turn her sapphic. This rouses the ire of Jerome Kornacker, a desperately unhinged fan. Their battle of wits plays out like Stephen King’s "Misery" in reverse, and raises the question: Who really owns a fictional character? And will anyone survive long enough to find out? More

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Words: 84,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311255075
About Robert Rodi

Robert Rodi was born in Chicago in the conformist 1950s, grew up in the insurrectionist 1960s, came of age in the hedonist 1970s, and went to work in the elitist 1980s. This roller-coaster ride has left him with a distinct aversion to isms of any kind; it also gave him an ear for hypocrisy, cant, and platitudes that allowed him, in the 1990s, to become a much-lauded social satirist.

After seven acclaimed novels set in the gay milieu, Robert grew restless for new challenges—which he found in activities as wide-ranging as publishing nonfiction, writing comic books, launching a literary-criticism blog, and taking to the stage (as a spoken-word performer, jazz singer, and rock-and-roll front man).

In 2011, excited by the rise of digital e-books, he returned to his first love, publishing new fiction inspired by the work of Alfred Hitchcock. He also organized the republishing of his seminal gay novels under the banner Robert Rodi Essentials.

Robert still resides in Chicago, in a century-old Queen Anne house with his partner Jeffrey Smith and a constantly shifting number of dogs.

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