Thomas L Marshall

Thomas L Marshall

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Thomas L. Marshall grew up in Casa Grande, a small town in Southern Arizona. He has lived and traveled the United States, particularly the Pacific Coast, the Southwest and South, and also internationally to points in Mexico, the Philippines, and across The Pond. While an army buck sergeant stationed in Germany, he motorcycled throughout Europe, mountain climbing, snow skiing, and breaking hearts when not defending The Free World from communism. During the 1980's and early 90's, Mr. Marshall lived with his partner, Sergio Matteo Hernandez, in San Diego, and was involved with ACT UP, the San Diego AIDS Project, and a number of other activist and charity organizations. He was also on the Founding Board of Directors of the Live and Let Live Alano Club. His lover, Mr. Hernandez, died in 1992 at the age of 26, and the experience caused Mr. Marshall to return to college and obtain a degree in nursing. He worked at Stanford University Medical Center as a Psychiatric RN, specializing in the care of children with eating disorders, and was also the Director of Staff Development at Harbor Hills Hospital in Santa Cruz, before retiring from nursing in 2012. He published his first book "Rough" in 2012 and was selected as a Lambda Literary Foundation Finalist for "Soldier Boy" in 2013. His writing focuses on character, sexuality, faith, and violence in contemporary settings. He lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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