Notable homosexual, friend of Shirley and Out columnist Josh Kilmer-Purcell released his debut novel today. And, in honor of the title – Candy Everybody Wants – he gathered a motley crew to perform “the first-ever dramatic reading of this very important piece of un-televised television history…”
Said piece goes by the name of Dallasty and includes Charlene Tilton, references many of you probably won’t get and general gay insanity.
joe to hell
thats not his first novel! there was that “i am not myself these days” about his drag days….and its pretty funny
OMG! When did Will get so ripped? Wow, Logo and Itay (sp?) must be treating him well. Anyway, even though he is old enough to be my dad (not Daddy – oh, well maybe…), is it wrong that I think that Jerry Marsini is totally cute!
Actually just finished reading Candy Everybody Wants — it’s hilarious! The characters are really whacky (but got kinda impish and whiny at the end). It was my first exposure to Josh’s writing (so glad he put up this Dallasty send-up!) So immediately read his first book, “I am not myself these days,” which was fantastic overall. Now, I actually want to be friends with a gay escort and a drag performer. Where can I get one or both?
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