Christopher Bram
Nascimento 1952 (68 anos)
Buffalo, Estados Unidos

Christopher Bram (Buffalo, 1952) é um escritor estadunidense. Premiado com Lambda Literary Award, Bill Whitehead Award e Randy Shilts Award, seu romance Father of Frankenstein foi adaptado no filme Gods and Monsters.[1]

BibliografiaEditar

RomancesEditar

  • Surprising Myself (1987)
  • Hold Tight (1988)
  • In Memory of Angel Clare (1989)
  • Almost History (1992)
  • Father of Frankenstein (1995)
  • Gossip (1997)
  • The Notorious Dr. August: His Real Life and Crimes (2000)
  • Lives of the Circus Animals (2003)
  • Exiles in America (2006)[2][3]

Não-ficçãoEditar

  • Mapping the Territory (2009)
  • Eminent Outlaws: The Gay Writers Who Changed America (2012)
  • The Art of History: Unlocking the Past in Fiction and Nonfiction (2016)

EnsaiosEditar

  • "Perry Street, West Greenwich Village" in Hometowns: Gay Men Write About Where They Belong edited by John Preston, 1990
  • "Slow Learners" in Boys Like Us: Gay Writers Tell Their Coming Out Stories edited by Patrick Merla, 1996
  • "A Queer Monster: Henry James and the Sex Question" in James White Review, 2003
  • "Delicate Monsters" in I Do, I Don't: Queers on Marriage edited by Greg Wharton and Ian Phillips, 2004
  • "Homage to Mr. Jimmy" in Gods and Monsters (new edition of Father of Frankenstein), 2005

Referências

  1. Gambone, Philip (Maio de 1999). Something Inside: Conversations with Gay Fiction Writers. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. pp. 91–106. ISBN 978-0-299-16134-7. Consultado em 5 de abril de 2016. Arquivado do original em 19 de abril de 2016 
  2. Drabelle, Dennis (30 de agosto de 2006). «The Physical, the Verbal, the Verbal . . .». washingtonpost.com. Consultado em 1 de abril de 2010 
  3. Weinstein, Steve (17 de maio de 2007). «News». EDGE Boston. Consultado em 15 de abril de 2010