Ep: 145 Neil Plakcy and Brad Shreve discuss Neil's latest book Being John Church. He typically writes novels with gay protagonists, but he also has his Golden Retriever Series, which is written for a broader audience. In Being John Church he has both a gay protagonist and a golden retriever. He'll also share how you can win a prize to help him celebrate his 65th birthday.
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Neil Plakcy is the author of more than fifty full-length novels and many stories and story collections. He has been a university administrator, construction manager, computer game producer, web developer and college professor. He has sorted cards for phone book delivery, acted in children's theater, and traveled to many (but not all) of the places he writes about. He was a professor of English at Broward College and lives in Hollywood, Florida with his husband and their two rambunctious golden retrievers.
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