Andrew Holleran

The beach at Fire Island Pines, an important location in ''Dancer from the Dance''. | birth_place = Aruba | education = University of Pennsylvania | alma_mater = Harvard University | notableworks = * ''Dancer from the Dance'' * ''Ground Zero''

| occupation = Novelist, essayist | awards = * Ferro-Grumley Award * Bill Whitehead Award * Stonewall Book Award

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Andrew Holleran is the pseudonym of Eric Garber (born 1944), an American novelist, essayist, and short story writer, born on the island of Aruba. Most of his adult life has been spent in New York City, Washington, D.C., and a small town in Florida. He was a member of The Violet Quill with Christopher Cox, a gay writer's group that met in 1980 and 1981 and also included Robert Ferro, Edmund White and Felice Picano. Following the critical and financial success of his first novel ''Dancer from the Dance'' in 1978, he became a prominent author of post-Stonewall gay literature. Historically protective of his privacy, the author continues to use the pseudonym Andrew Holleran as a writer and public speaker. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Garber, Eric, 1954-1995
    Published 1983
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    Published 1982
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    Published 1981
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    Published 1996
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    Published 1986
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