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Mark John Isola holds a B. A. in Gerontology from Quinnipiac University, an M. A. in English from Simmons College, and a Ph. D. in Literature from Tufts University. His interests include American literature and GLBT/AIDS Studies. His work has appeared in Bad Subjects, eSharp, and the Nordic Journal of English Studies.

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literature >> Reed, Paul

By writing the earliest novel to respond directly to AIDS and subsequently producing innovative journal and sex writing, American author Paul Reed made several significant contributions to glbtq literature. is produced by glbtq, Inc., 1130 West Adams Street, Chicago, IL   60607
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