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LGBT Writers Reach Out to Their Younger Selves: VIDEO


Doug Wright, Colman Domingo, Paul Rudnick, Rakesh Satyal, Sarah Moon, Amy Bloom , James Lecesne, David Levithan, Lucy Thurber, Linda Villarosa, Adam Haslett, Arthur Levine, Bill Clegg, Brian Selznick, Gregory Maguire, Michael Cunningham are among 64 LGBT authors who write letters to their younger selves in a new book called The Letter Q.

Here's a preview of their words, straight from the authors' mouths.


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  1. Amazing writers with an amazing message. Can't wait for the book.

    Posted by: Ronny | May 11, 2012 10:47:43 PM

  2. Let's hope Cunningham's piece is better than his 2002 work, Land's End: A Walk in Provincetown. That was a piece of drek.

    Posted by: Oliver | May 12, 2012 6:33:22 AM

  3. This book has as its goal discouraging LGBT youth from committing suicide, yet it promotes calling LGBT folk "queers" at the same time. Kinda like advocating gun control while playing Russian Roulette . . . internalized homophobia is a motherf*cker, ain't it?

    Posted by: Stuffed Animal | May 12, 2012 11:56:54 AM

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