Gary Indiana

Gary Indiana is a novelist, playwright, critic, essayist, filmmaker, and artist. Hailed by the Guardian as “one of the most important chroniclers of the modern psyche,” and by The Observer as “one of the most woefully underappreciated writers of the last 30 years,” he published a memoir, I Can Give You Anything but Love, in 2015.


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A Small but Important Job: Gary Indiana’s “Vile Days”


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