(born Gary Hoisington
; 1950) is an American writer, actor, artist, and cultural critic. He served as the art critic for the ''Village Voice
'' weekly newspaper from 1985 to 1988. Indiana is best known for his classic American true-crime trilogy, ''Resentment, Three Month Fever: The Andrew Cunanan Story,'' and ''Depraved Indifference'', chronicling the less permanent state of “depraved indifference
” that characterized American life at the millennium's end. In the introduction to the recently re-published edition of ''Three Month Fever'', critic Christopher Glazek
has coined the phrase ''deflationary realism'' to describe Indiana's writing, in contrast to the magical realism
or hysterical realism
of other contemporary writing.
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