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PATRICIA NELL WARREN AUTHOR, PUBLISHER AND ACTIVIST BIOGRAPHY Patricia Nell Warren has written and published professionally since 1954, at age 18. In 62 years, her subjects have ranged from women and Goddess Earth to human rights, from gay life and mixed-blood people in American history to wildlife, the environment and current events. Now 80 years old, she was born in 1936 and raised on a historic Montana ranch that is now the Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site. She worked as a Reader's Digest book editor for 15 years, on both the magazine staff and the Condensed Book Club. Today Warren lives in Glendale, CA, where she owns an independent book-publishing and media company, Wildcat Press. Fiction Since 1971 Warren has published eight novels -- several with mainstream publishers (Morrow, Bantam, Ballantine, Dial Press, Penguin) and several under her own independent imprint, Wildcat Press. The Front Runner, Harlan's Race and Billy's Boy are a landmark series that follows an evolving family through 20 years of gay life. She also published two mainstream novels, The Last Centennial (1971) and One Is the Sun (1991). Warren's best-known fiction work, The Front Runner, was first published by William Morrow in 1974, and became the most popular gay love story of all time. The book has sold an estimated 10 million copies worldwide and been translated into eleven languages, the most recent being Complex Chinese and Portuguese. Film rights of The Front Runner have attracted interest for many years, and received a great deal attention as one of "Hollywood's unmade gay films" during Brokeback Mountain's run-up for the Academy Awards. Currently Warren is working on a new novel titled "Wrong Side of the Tracks." Nonfiction Warren's newest title is her second nonfiction book. It's titled My West: Personal Writings on the American West, an anthology of nonfiction articles about Warren's roots in the historical and modern West. Published in 2011, it won an international Rainbow Award in the nonfiction category. Warren's articles and op-eds have appeared in a variety of mainstream publications, including Atlantic Monthly, Los Angeles Times, Reader's Digest, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, Modern Maturity, Persimmon Hill, New York Press, Des Moines Register, Mythosphere. She has also published in various leading LGBT publications. Activism and Politics In the 1970s Warren was the plaintiffs' spokesperson for Susan Smith v. Reader's Digest, a landmark lawsuit that resulted in a class-action victory for women. As a former amateur athlete, Warren helped lead a group of women distance runners who forced the AAU (Amateur Athletic Union, the then governing body of amateur sports in the U.S.) to change discriminatory rules in the mid-70s. More recently, in the free-speech realm, Warren has been a named plaintiff in both federal lawsuits over Internet censorship -- namely ACLU v. Reno (which went to the U.S. Supreme Court and resulted in a victory for the plaintiffs) and the more recent ACLU lawsuit over the Child Online Protection Act (COPA), which was also struck down as unconstitutional. As recognition for her activism, Warren has won a number of awards, including New York City's Public Advocate Award and the Barry Goldwater Award. ++++++ More information on Warren can be found at: www.wildcatpress.com

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Deep in the belly of the internet resides Internet K-Hole, an entrancing collection of personal photographs from the 1970s and 1980s.

Deep in the subterranean belly of the internet resides Internet K-Hole , an entrancing collection of personal photographs from the 1970s and 1980s. From metal heads to biker gangs to the bespectacled members of the high school computer club, K-Hole highlights the diversity (and pure weirdness) of humankind in a way that words never could.

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