BRANDON JUDELL has published reviews and articles in The Village Voice, The Advocate, Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care, indieWire.com, CultureCatch.com, New York Theatre Wire, Smoke Affair, The Bay Area Reporter and Detour among others, plus poetry in FagRag. In 2011, he appeared in the American debut of the Israeli play "Winter Wedding" directed by David Willinger off-off-Broadway; was part of FlashPoint, a writers' performance group started by Laurie Stone; and was the subject of a biographical short about himself directed by Rosa von Praunheim that was screened on German TV. In an earlier decade he played a streaker and sold bingo cards in Charles Ludlam's "Hot Ice." He was also cut out of the HBO documentary on Vito Russo; hosted the Arts Magazine on WBAI-FM for a decade; and danced with the Sheila Kaminsky Dance Company. He is anthologized in A Member of the Family: Gay Men Write About Their Families, Lavender Culture, and Spike Lee Interviews. He is editor of "The Gay Quote Book." By day he works as a lecturer at The City College of New York where he will be teaching this fall "The Arts in New York City," "Introduction to Theatre Arts," and "Gay Identity in Theatre and Film." He is currently spending his free time reading Nicole Galland's "I, Iago" and some Ngaio Marsh.