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Oct.14.2013
first review of my new book, this from Amazon: By William Neville - See all my reviewsThis review is from: Halfway to the Stars: Cable Car Tales of a Grumpy Gripman (Kindle Edition)the title of Daniel Curzon's new book might lead one to think it would be an innocuous collection...
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Apr.03.2013
Finished a new book. I can't tell if it is a collection of stories or a novel.                Synopsis of HALFWAY TO THE STARS:                     ...
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Aug.08.2012
SAVING JANE AUSTEN by Daniel Curzon (ISBN 9780930650308)   “Curzon’s Jane Austen retains her era’s viewpoint on matters public and private. Her lack of a body to which her head can be attached—and the limitations thereby forced on her—doesn’t stop her from getting back to writing. What she...
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May.23.2012
I have had 227 downloads of my new novel, SAVING JANE AUSTEN, on Kindle Books, but now I learn that I won't get the $2.38 per download I thought I would because most of them were downloaded during the "free" period I authorized for three days. But "Prime" b0ooks are free as well to Kindle readers,...
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Oct.16.2011
SAVING JANE AUSTEN, a novel by Daniel Curzon
I know better than to jump for joy just yet, but my new literary agent told me an editor of a major press is taking my novel SAVING JANE AUSTEN to pitch it to the editorial board this week.
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Sep.06.2011
I wrote to at least sixty literary agents, trying to get representation for my new novel, SAVING JANE AUSTEN. Even with my entensive publishing record, it has proved difficult. However, at last an agent has agreed to take me on, sign a contract, and submit the book to several editors at good...
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Aug.18.2011
The National Theatre Attention: Nicholas Hytner Why does the National Theatre keep hiring the incompetent Katie Mitchell as a director? You are doing yourselves a great disservice, to say nothing of your poor customers. I am safely back home in San Francisco now, but the bad taste of A...
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Jun.22.2011
final front cover of gay etiquette book-1.jpg
I am pleased to see at least two of my books listed in the LGBT list here on Redroom. (A good number of my plays actually are not gay in content, but who is quibbling!) But I did not see SOMETHING YOU DO IN THE DARK, and this is the  FORTIETH anniversary of its publication by G. P. Putnam, May,...
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Feb.25.2011
BOOK TRAILER as the Pentgon prepares to buy 875,000 gay etiquette books http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/11227759
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Jan.30.2011
final front cover of gay etiquette book.jpg
Now that Don't Ask, Don't Tell is about to come to its deserved end, it is time for the US military to make required reading my BIG BOOK OF IN-YOUR-FACE GAY ETIQUETTE, updated from the 1982 edition and expanded with much new information. Otherwise, how will Open Gays and the Those with Newly Opened...
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Jan.26.2011
Gay Etiquette
http://amoslassen.wordpress.com/2011/01/24/the-big-book-of-in-your-face-...
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Dec.24.2010
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Dec.19.2010
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ONCE ALL THE BAGGAGE IS GONE, I'D LIKE A CASINO
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Dec.12.2010
new CAT TALK cartoon
"Rudolph, won't you guide my slay tonight?" LINK TO ALL MY CAT TALK CARTOONS: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=225653&id=666152165&l=28c2d669c9
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Nov.22.2010
ONLY THE GOOD PARTS
from review by H.F. Corbin: from review by H.F. Corbin on Amazon: The most amazing and saddest thing about this really fine novel is that apparently few people know about it. That is a real tragedy since ONLY THE GOOD PARTS has everything going for it. The complex characters are completely fleshed...
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