Jim Provenzano is the author of the novels 'Finding Tulsa,' 'Now I'm Here,' the Lambda Literary Award winner 'Every Time I Think of You,' and its sequel 'Message of Love' (a Lambda Literary Award Finalist), the novels 'PINS,' 'Monkey Suits,' 'Cyclizen,' the stage adaptation of 'PINS,' and the short story collection 'Forty Wild Crushes.' In May 2022, he edited and self-published 'The Lost of New York,' a novel written more than 50 years ago by his late uncle, John "Butch" Rigney, Jr. Audiobooks include the adaptations of 'PINS,' (narrated by Paul Fleschner) 'Every Time I Think of You' and its sequel, 'Message of Love' (narrated by Michael Wetherbee). The curator of 'Sporting Life,' the world's first gay athletics exhibit, he also wrote the syndicated Sports Complex column for ten years. A journalist, editor and photographer in LGBT media for three decades, he lives in San Francisco. www.jimprovenzano.com jimprovenzano.blogspot.com www.facebook.com/JimProvenzanoAuthor twitter.com/jim_provenzano www.goodreads.com/author/show/620500.Jim_ProvenzanoRead more Read less
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