A House on the Ocean, a House on the Bay (a memoir) by Felice Picano
By Felice Picano
A home at the Ocean, a home at the Bay spans the heyday of Picano's existence within the Pines and ny in the course of the Sixties and Nineteen Seventies. He chronicles his amorous affairs and the tortuous intricacies of an established love triangle, his hilarious misadventures as a book place worker (arranging a booklet social gathering hosted by means of Jackie Onassis, lunchtime rendezvous in mystery tunnels less than Grand critical Station, getting framed for embezzlement!), and the thrills and agonies all for the writing and publishing of his first novels, together with clever because the satan and Eyes. Picano additionally regales us with tales concerning the mythical "Class of 1975, " the "Gay 2,000" - hip, political, gifted, appealing younger males who shaped and molded homosexual tradition because it exists at the present time. AIDS ultimately unfold in the course of the Pines like wildfire and approximately ninety eight percentage of the "Gay 2,000" at the moment are useless, yet Felice Picano has lived via all of it, and he supplies voice to these instances with humor, candor, and wistfulness.
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