Christopher Bram

Christopher Bram is the author of nine novels, including The Father of Frankenstein (which was made into the Academy Award–winning movie Gods and Monsters), Lives of the Circus Animals, and Exiles in America. He also writes book reviews, movie reviews, screenplays, and essays. He was a 2001 Guggenheim Fellow and received the 2003 Bill Whitehead Award for Lifetime Achievement. He grew up in Virginia, attended the College of William and Mary, and currently teaches at Gallatin College at New York University. His latest book, EMINENT OUTLAWS: The Gay Writers who Changed America, is being published this week by Twelve/Hachette Book Group. He lives in New York City.