Patricia Nell Warren is the landmark author of some of the most popular gay novels of all time. Each of her books has been a milestone in Americas understanding and acceptance of GBLT themes. Her most beloved work, The Front Runner, has sold an estimated ten million copies in ten languages. The first modern story about gay love to become an international bestseller, Warrens celebrated saga of an ex-Marine track coach and his Olympics-bound athlete has engaged and inspired both gay and mainstream readers for over a quarter of a century. Warrens novels have also sold heavily to libraries and are used in numerous college courses. Wildcat Press is Ms. Warrens exclusive imprint, offering some of the best in enduring gay literature. Established in 1993, the dynamic independent publisher has released both past and present bestsellers, winning it critical acclaim. Current titles include, The Front Runner, Billys Boy, Harlans Race, The Fancy Dancer, The Beauty Queen, One Is The Sun, and The Wild Man. Dedicated to furthering free speech, Wildcat Press has been one of the plaintiffs for the ACLU in several recent landmark lawsuits, two of which went to the United States Supreme Court. Wildcat maintains that we are all one community regardless of race, creed, or sexual orientation, and that tolerance brings understanding and acceptance.
The ad should have said it was signed by author to a specific person. I know the book well but was under the impression it was just a copy signed by the author; not dedicated to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by GoPre
I first read my sister's copy of The Front Runner one summer soon after it was published. Loved it then and still do. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Jon Fischer
the FRONT RUNNER IS NOTHING LESS THAN A SPECTACULAR BOOK BY AN EXCEPTIONAL WRITER. MS.WARREN DID AN OUTSTANDING JOB CRAFTING THE CHARACTERS AND THE STORY LINE . . . Read morePublished 2 months ago by david vaughn
Had not read the book since it first came out. Glad that I read it again!Published 3 months ago by Howard Winn McCray
Most of the reviews of this book converge on the 'classic' theme. Possibly the word 'popular' would be more accurate. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JOSEPH OLIVER
An interesting book about the trials of growing up gay in the '50s and '60s.Published 4 months ago by Richard B. Evans