Thirty Years a Dresser, by Dennis Milam Bensie

Thirty Years a Dresser by Dennis Milam Bensie

Thirty Years a Dresser (216 pages) is a new memoir by Dennis Milam Bensie, sharing essays, anecdotes, and backstage antics from his years as a theatrical dresser. “The author writes in such a way that you feel you are backstage with him experiencing all he is and does. He is honest, funny and sometimes cutting. Thirty Years…

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FLIT, by Dennis Milam Bensie

Flit by Dennis Milan Benise

Flit: A Poetry Mashup of Classic Literature (128 pages), a collection of poems by Seattle wigmaker and memoirist Dennis Milam Bensie, each selecting words from a work of classic literature to create snapshots of gay life and culture. The Advocate voted Bensie’s first memoir, Shorn: Toys to Men, “One of the Best Overlooked Books of…

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We, by Michael Landweber

We by Michael Landweber

If you could talk to your childhood self, would that child listen? We (194 pages), a novel by debut author Michael Landweber,transports the narrator into his own past in the critical days before a family tragedy. We was a Finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award for Short Prose and Independent Books. It won a bronze…

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One Gay American, by Dennis Milam Bensie

One Gay American by Dennis Milam Bensie

One Gay American (242 pages), is a memoir by theatrical wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie about growing up gay in small-town America. One Gay American was a finalist in the 2013 Indie Excellence Awards and 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The Advocate voted Bensie’s first memoir, Shorn: Toys to Men, “One of the Best Overlooked…

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