Contemporary Gay American Poets and Playwrights: An A-to-Z Guide

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Lockeroom probably reflects, at least to one degree or another, the experiences of most everyone who winds up gay. It must be those flashes of shared reality that so enliven the humor in this show” (“Jocks” 31).


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Works by F. Allen Sawyer

A Fine Romance. 1981.

With John F. Karr. Talking to the Sun. 1982.

Jungle Red. 1988.

Christmas with the Crawfords. 1989.

Way Out West. 1990.

Women’s Prison Christmas. 1991.

Those Damn Calla Lilies. 1992.

Hot Pants Homos. 1996.

Dirty Little Showtunes. 1997.

Gross Indulgences: The Trials of Liberace. 1998.

Senator Swish. 1999.

Whatever Happened to Sister George? 2000.

Lavender Lockeroom. 2002.


Works about F. Allen Sawyer

Blackwell, Erin. “Fucking Funny.” San Francisco Frontiers 21 Mar. 2002: 32.

——. “Starfuckers, Then and Now.” San Francisco Frontiers 1 June 2000: 41.

Craig, Pat. ‘Gross’ Parody Hits the Mark.” Contra Costa Times 12 Sept. 1998: D3.

Dodds, Richard. “Jocks behind Closed Doors: Hot Pants Homo’s Lavender Lockeroom.” Bay Area Reporter Mar. 14 2002: 31.

——. “Liberace Agonistes: Gross Indulgences at NCT.” Bay Area Reporter 17 Sept. 1998: 44.

Jones, Chad. Gross Indulgences an Irreverent Ride.” Oakland Tribune 12 Sept. 1998: C1.

——. “Hot Pants Homo’s Lockeroom a Great Pulpy Gigglefest.” Oakland Tribune 26 Mar. 2002: 5.

Sandel, Adam. “Pulp Fiction: Theatre Rhino Sends Up Sexploitation.” San Francisco Examiner 14 Mar. 2002: C1+.

Van Buskirk, Jim. “Dirty Dreams of a Drama Geek.” Bay Area Reporter 28 Feb. 2002: 31.

Winn, Steven. Sister George Has Some Life Left in It: Over-the-Top Production at Rhinoceros.” San Francisco Chronicle 29 May 2000: E5.

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