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In Eighner's world, it seems, almost everyone is gay or violently anti-gay. Enter Jim, the Queen's pawn sent to entrap Earl into yet another set of damaging poses. And some are both, including the Queen's archenemy, Brother Earlan Oklahoma radio preacher, with ties to the KKK, who has a propensity for preaching the gospel one- on-one nude with both women and men. Certain lewd photographs have for years held Earl in check, reigning in his homophobic fervor, but when the photos disappear, Brother Earl feels free to let loose the gay-bashers. Enter Jim, the Queen's pawn sent to entrap Earl into yet another set of damaging poses
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Get this from a library! Pawn to queen four : a novel. A comic novel on a fight between a radio preacher and homosexuals in Texas
Get this from a library! Pawn to queen four : a novel. A comic novel on a fight between a radio preacher and homosexuals in Texas. When the preacher, Brother Earl, launches a campaign of gay-bashing, the homosexuals dispatch one of their number to steal. Summary: A comic novel on a fight between a radio preacher and homosexuals in Texas.
Lars Eighner in "Declarations: Essays on American Ideals". Laurence "Lars" Eighner Hexamer (born Laurence Vail Eighner; November 25, 1948) is the author of Travels with Lizbeth, a memoir of homelessness in the American Southwest during the late 1980s; the included essay "On Dumpster Diving," which is widely anthologized both at full length and in abridged
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In 1993, Eighner's Travels with Lizbeth garnered numerous critical bouquets, praise that seems likely to be encored for this outre outing. That memoir of the author's years as a homeless struggling writer scrutinized the underbelly of Austin, Tex. The larky escapades chronicled here are set chiefly in a fanciful gay community that is labeled Austin but could as easily be Barrie's Neverland. Indeed, Eighner's wit is sprinkled about the proceedings like so much fairy dust.
His works include numerous story collections, a comic novel, a book about writing gay erotica, and a book of gay theory.
He is the author of numerous golden-age gay erotic stories, a novel, and a work of gay theory. Lars Eighner was born November 25, 1948 in Corpus Christi, Texas, the grandson of Texas poets Alice Ewing Vail and John Arthur Vail. He grew up in Houston, Texas and was graduated from Lamar High School. His works include numerous story collections, a comic novel, a book about writing gay erotica, and a book of gay theory. He lives in a very modest apartment in Austin with his companion of 27 years.