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This collection of eleven related short stories moves from the early 1980s and the early days of AIDS through the 1990s to the new priorities, battles, and challenges facing contemporary gay men. As vivid, provocative, and at times unsettling as his critically lauded first novel, A History of Shadows, Robert Reinhart confronts class, fantasies, death, molestation, seduction, secrets, exploitation, and survival through the unabashedly honest, critical, and empathic portrayals of the men encountering these issues.
Robert C. Reinhart is the author of the best-selling A History of Shadows and the novels Beldon’s Crimes and Walk the Night. He lives in New York City.