With John Beer, Robert Burton, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Giles Gordon, Eugene Hayworth, Christine Hume, Jim Knipfel, Ben Marcus, Harry Mathews, Ann Quin, Francois Rabelais, Gilbert Sorrentino, Gertrude Stein, John Taylor, Curtis White
Eugene Hayworth grew up in North Carolina and currently is an Assistant Professor for the University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries. He began his research on Coleman Dowell in 1997. The following year he published an essay on Dowell in the encyclopedia Gay and Lesbian Literature.
His critical study of Dowell appeared in the Review of Contemporary Fiction, Fall 2002, and in February 2003 he prepared an exhibit of the Coleman Dowell papers at The Fales Library, New York University.
Fever Vision: The Life and Works of Coleman Dowell
From his birth in rural Kentucky during the Great Depression to his suicide in Manhattan in 1985, Coleman Dowell played many roles. He was a songwriter and lyricist for television. He was a model. He was a Broadway playwright. He served in the U.S...