Bestselling Learn Guitar on Android! http://bit.ly/LearnGuitarAndroid Robert Rodi was born in Chicago in the conformist 1950s, grew up in the insurrectionist 1960s, came of age in the hedonist 1970s, and went to work in the elitist 1980s. This roller-coaster ride has left him with a distinct aversion to isms of any kind; it also left him with an ear for hypocrisy, cant, and platitudes that allowed him, in the 1990s, to become a much-lauded social satirist. After seven acclaimed novels set in the gay milieu (Fag Hag, Closet Case, What They Did to Princess Paragon, Drag Queen, Kept Boy, Bitch Goddess and When You Were Me), Robert grew restless for new challenges and decided to re-brand himself as an author of nonfiction. His first endeavor, Dogged Pursuit: My Year of Competing Dusty, the World's Least Likely Agility Dog, was released by Hudson Street Press in 2009. His newest effort, Seven Seasons In Siena: My Quixotic Quest for Acceptance Among Italy's Proudest People, is a 2011 release from Ballantine Books. Buy Seven Seasons in Siena here:http://www.amazon.com/Seven-Seasons-Siena-Quixotic-Acceptance/dp/0345521056/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1311872733&sr=8-1
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