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Office: Preakness Hall 353 Phone: 973-720-3060 Email:[email protected] Hours: see link on menu Department: English Position: Professor Area Specialization: Creative Writing: Fiction, Poetry; American Poetry; Medieval and Renaissance Literature. Flannery: A Biography of Flannery O’Connor (Little, Brown. A Book-of-the-Month Club selection.) Non-Fiction: bestseller; Amazon Book of the Month; Finalist for Lambda Literary Award; paperback, Harper Perennial.) Godtalk: Travels In Spiritual America. Knopf, Publishers; 2002.) (Publisher’s Weekly Daily for Booksellers “Book of the Day” July 29, 2002; Finalist for 2003 English- Speaking Union Ambassador Award in “American Studies.”.) Dating the Greek Gods. 2003; reprint Bruno Gmunder Verlag, 2007.) Jailbait and Other Stories.
2009; paperback Back Bay, forthcoming March 2010; Spanish translation, Circe Ediciones, forthcoming) (A National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist in Biography; A New York Times Notable Book of the Year; National Bestseller.) City Poet: The Life and Times of Frank O’Hara. Knopf, Publishers.1993; Harper Perennial paperback. (Sea Horse Press, 1984; Fischer, Germany,1992.; Selected for 1985 Writer’s Choice Award by Donald Barthelme, sponsored by the Pushcart Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.) Poetry: The Daily News.
(Simon & Schuster, 1999; A Book-Of-The-Month Club Quality Paperback selection.; chosen for “Top 10 Gay Studies Books of 1999.”; Fireside paperback, 2002) Fiction: Zombie00 (Overlook Press, 2000; paperback 2001, Overlook Press.) The Golden Age of Promiscuity. Knopf, Publishers, 1996; Masquerade paperback, 1997.) Scary Kisses. Pocket Books, USA paperback; Pan, Great Britain; Olivier, Orban, France, 1990; Fischer, Germany, 1992; reprint Overlook Press.
September 3, 1994.) Poems, Stories, Articles, and Reviews in magazines including: The Paris Review, Partisan Review, The Nation, The Oxford Literary Review, Columbia Review, American Poetry Review, Rohwohlt: Literatur Magazine, Bomb, Vanity Fair, GQ, HG, Elle, Manhattan, Inc, British Vogue, New York Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, The Los Angeles Times Book Review, The New Yorker, The New Republic, Elle Decor, The Advocate, Out (as Contributing Writer), Travel and Leisure, Talk, Art Forum, W.
From the author of the highly successful and influential Finding the Boyfriend Within comes an inspirational guide for gay men seeking spiritual fulfillment.
When Brad Gooch began promoting his self-help book Finding the Boyfriend Within, the first of its kind directed toward a gay readership, he was overwhelmed by the response it generated.
Thousands of gay men embraced the book's message of looking into themselves to find comfort and purpose in life.
The stories of the Greek gods have inspired human consciousness for more than thirty centuries, the outgrowth of a society in which homosexuality was an accepted aspect of human behavior.Dating the Greek Gods explores these stories as well as the dominant characteristics of those Greek deities, tying the spirituality of being a gay male to the inner patterns -- or archetypes -- that shape men's personalities and personal relationships.Gooch organizes the book into a series of meditations and personal exercises shaped around the characters, stories, and dominant traits of the deities.For example, in chapter one, Apollo addresses wisdom; chapter two concerns Dionysus and deals with sexuality and disco nights; chapter three is about Hermes and concerns communication, and so on, from Hephaestos and Eros (creativity and romance) to Zeus (independence and freedom).Gooch delves into these enduring archetypes to show men how, by understanding the philosophy behind these gods, they can come to better understand themselves and, in the process, enrich their lives.