IT IS NEVER easy to have a child, but gay parenting involves special difficulties.
In this novel, gay college professor Marc Brandt arranges to have a child with a lesbian couple, anonymously. What follows, as shown in letters,
e-mail, faxes, and a journal, are comedy, pain, fanaticism, loves, hatreds, accusations, plus clever and cruel deceptions, the very latest of the modern in having kids, as well as the oldest of the human.
-- Toby Johnson, White Crane Journal
“It has ideas, style, and bite. Once I got into it, I couldn’t put it down.”
-- John Lauritsen, author of The Early Homosexual Rights Movement
“Few attempts at fiction in the form of letters work so well.”
--Jerry Rosco, author of Glenway Prescott Personally: A Biography