It is a treasure of letters written from one gay man to ather gay man nearly 60 years ago. Gay Letters From Millicent to Maude is a restoration and an organized read; and although literature exists on gay history ne have been written from a 1950's historical perspective of actual writings of two gay men which provides a surprisingly original concept for readers. The humor and sophistication of these letters is only rivaled by Millicent's and Maude's preoccupation with Hollywood, theatre, gay culture and fashion of the 1950's. Humorous and fast moving, this book is born out of a desire to give all of us a better understanding of these two high-spirited gay male debutantes who lived matter what happened at a time when gays were mistreated and sexual mirities were second-class to the 1950's idealistic standards. Published under the pseudonyms James Considere and Bill Edwards, the authors reside in Palm Springs, southern California.
The book is co-authored by James Considere and Bill Edwards who reside in Palm Springs, southern California.