They Change The Subject by Douglas A. MartinThey Change The Subject by Douglas A. Martin

They Change The Subject

byDouglas A. Martin

Paperback | June 27, 2005

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Treacherously comic and poignant, the autobiographical stories in They Change the Subject follow a young man’s quest for identity through love and desire. Sustained by a single voice, the stories simultaneously offer a fractured novel and stand, powerfully, on their own. At the center of each tale is the heightened, visceral possibility of unexpected emotional encounters—from an escort’s dates in Manhattan hotels to a photo shoot that doubles as seduction. Always pushing toward a bigger shiver of passion, Martin’s young-man-on-the-make learns how to adapt his persona to suit his lovers’ needs and tries to embrace his own experience—and his self—by becoming the purest object of desire.

Douglas A. Martin's first novel, Outline of My Lover, was nominated for the American Library Association's GLBT Book Award, a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award, and named an international book of the year in the Times Literary Supplement. It has been adapted in part by the Ballett Frankfurt in the production Kammer/Kammer. The autho...
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Title:They Change The SubjectFormat:PaperbackDimensions:156 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.6 inPublished:June 27, 2005Publisher:University Of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0299214745

ISBN - 13:9780299214746

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“Douglas Martin is a polished, inventive, soulful writer, and this collection is a short, sweet, full contemplation of desire and love.”—Mack Friedman, author of Strapped for Cash