Synopses & Reviews
Dale Peck's debut novel, "Martin and John", was hailed by Michiko Kakutani of "The New York Times" as "an indelible portrait of gay life during the plague years". Now, in his stunning second novel, Peck revisits characters from "Martin and John"--and his own past--to tell the deceptively simple story of a marriage. The result is profoundly moving and unforgettable.
About the Author
Dale Peck was born on Long Island and is the author of several novels, including Martin and John, a collection of short stories, and a family memoir. His short fiction has appeared in Artforum, BOMB, The London Review of Books, The New Republic, The New York Times, and The Village Voice. He also teaches creative writing and received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1995. He lives in New York.