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By Wayne Hoffman

Taking place over the course of a single year, Hard periodically stops the action to delve into the sexual psyche of its main characters, exploring what motivates them, what turns them on, what defines their identity - what makes them hard. As Faggots explored the 1970s sexual universe of gay men in New York, Hard takes a serious look a generation later, taking readers into adult theatres, online chat rooms, bedrooms, and into the minds of the gay men who have sex there. The complex web of characters and subplots create a rich portrait of New York in the 1990s.

364 pages, paperback

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Author Wayne Hoffman
Publishers Bear Bones Books
Year of Publication 2015

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HARD
Wayne Hoffman

Taking place over the course of a single year, Hard periodically stops the action to delve into the sexual psyche of its main characters, exploring what motivates them, what turns them on, what defines their identity - what makes them hard. As Faggots explored the 1970s sexual universe of gay men in New York, Hard takes a serious look a generation later, taking readers into adult theatres, online chat rooms, bedrooms, and into the minds of the gay men who have sex there. The complex web of characters and subplots create a rich portrait of New York in the 1990s.

364 pages, paperback

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HARD

HARD

By Wayne Hoffman

Taking place over the course of a single year, Hard periodically stops the action to delve into the sexual psyche of its main characters, exploring what motivates them, what turns them on, what defines their identity - what makes them hard. As Faggots explored the 1970s sexual universe of gay men in New York, Hard takes a serious look a generation later, taking readers into adult theatres, online chat rooms, bedrooms, and into the minds of the gay men who have sex there. The complex web of characters and subplots create a rich portrait of New York in the 1990s.

364 pages, paperback