The International Homosexual Conspiracy

By Larry-bob Roberts
(Manic D Press, Inc., Paperback, 9781933149424, 224pp.)

Publication Date: September 2010

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In 101 humorous flash satires, Larry-bob Roberts dishes up thought-provoking ideas about contemporary politics and culture from a queer perspective.

About the Author

Larry-bob Roberts: Larry-bob Roberts is into sparking culture, politics, and creating fusions between the two. Since 1989, he has been publishing in print and now online the zine, Holy Titclamps!

He currently plays piano in the band the Winsome Griffles, and maintains the online SF Bay Area weekly queer cultural calendar, Queer Things To Do, as well the QComedy website.

With author Kirk Read, he co-hosts the long-running, popular monthly spoken word, music, comedy, and performance open mic “Smack Dab” at Magnet. He lives in San Francisco.

Praise For The International Homosexual Conspiracy

"…The Stephen Colbert of queer culture…"—SF Weekly

"…Thought-provoking, offbeat and often amusing…"—Wisconsin Gazette, 2010 'LGBT Fall & Holiday Book Guide'

"…The structure combines with sophisticated critique and commentary to lend the book much of its charm…Always curious and never complacent, this collection may just attract that larger audience of readers who will find themselves challenged, examining their assumptions, and frequently laughing out loud."—The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide

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