What They Did to Princess Paragon by Robert Rodi

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An uproarious novel from a popular gay satirist involves comic book writer-artist Brian Parrish's decision to boost the waning popularity of comicdom's Princess Paragon by making her come out as a lesbian, a decision that sparks hilarious chaos. 10,000 first printing.
 

About Robert Rodi

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Robert Rodi was born in Chicago. After publishing seven novels, he published his first nonfiction book, Dogged Pursuit: My Year of Competing Dusty, the World's Least Likely Agility Dog. He is also the creator of several comic-book series, including 4 Horsemen, Codename: Knockout, and The Crossovers. Rodi lives in Chicago with his partner, Jeffrey Smith, and a constantly shifting number of dogs.
 
Published May 1, 1994 by Dutton Adult. 288 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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Perpetrial Cotton, an African-American feminist lesbian hired to edit Parrish's work, is drowning in her own exaggerated attempts at political correctness and urges Parrish to redraw Princess Paragon so that she looks less like Heather Locklear and more like ``a young Vanessa Redgrave.'' A ...

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How the world's greatest comic-book artist, Brian Parrish, a 38-year-old gay man from Manhattan, ends up trapped in a food plant ``in the middle of some piddly little college town two hours outside Chicago'' is part of the delight of Rodi's new novel.

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