A Name For People Like Me
by Rob Zona & Guy Castonguay (contributing author)
Growing up in the 1970s, our young hero contends with parents who think he's weird, teachers who don't appreciate his challenging intellect, and classmates who resent his existential Show & Tell presentations. To make matters worse, he has strange feelings for his best friend. Nothing in his life makes sense until he meets Gunther, a German exchange student, and his life changes forever.