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A True Story of a Gay Sailor’s Fatal Beating

They were two sailors on an uneasy ship. One became a killer, the other his victim. What drew them together on an autumn night was rooted long ago in fear and revulsion that still haunt the American psyche.

Including an interview with the author by imprint editor Alex Belth.

 

 

About the Author

Chip Brown, a former staff writer for the Washington Post, has written for more than 40 national magazines including the New York Times Magazine, the New YorkerEsquireHarpersElleSmithsonianVanity FairOutside, Men’s Journal, National Geographic, Travel + Leisure, and VogueHe is the author of two nonfiction books, Afterwards, You’re a Genius: Faith, Medicine and the Metaphysics of Healing and Good Morning Midnight: Life and Death in the Wild. For more info: ChipBrown.com.

About The Stacks Reader Series

The Stacks Reader Series highlights classic literary non-fiction and short fiction by great journalists that would otherwise be lost to history—a living archive of memorable storytelling by notable authors. Curated by Alex Belth and brought to you by The Sager Group, with support from NeoText (www.NeoTextCorp.com).