Jack Fritscher (b. 1939) is a longtime Sonoma County resident and author of hundreds of GLBT magazine articles, short stories, and twenty books of nonfiction and fiction, including the memoir of his lover "Mapplethorpe: Assault with a Deadly Camera," the history "Gay San Francisco," the novel "What They Did to the Kid: Confessions of an Altar Boy," and the award-winning "Some Dance to Remember: A Memoir-Novel of San Francisco 1970-1982." Much of the plot and action in "Some Dance" takes place in Sonoma County. He lives in Sebastopol.
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- Mapplethorpe: Assault With A Deadly Camera: A Pop Culture Memoir, An Outlaw Reminiscence
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