K. M. Soehnlein

country of citizenship:  United States of America
educated at:  Ithaca College
occupation:  novelistscreenwriter
award received:  Lambda Literary Award

K.M. (Karl) Soehnlein (born November 24, 1965) is the American author of the novels The World of Normal Boys (2000), a 1970s coming-of-age story that won the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Men’s Fiction; You Can Say You Knew Me When (2005), set in San Francisco during the Beat era of 1960 and the dot-com boom of 2000; and Robin and Ruby (2010), which follows the brother and sister characters of The World of Normal Boys into the mid-1980s.His latest novel Army of Lovers was published in October 2022 by Amble Press, an imprint of Bywater Books. It follows a young gay man swept up in the excitement, fury, and poignancy of the AIDS activist group ACT UP/New York, of which Soehnlein was an early member, beginning in 1987. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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