Harry Kondoleon

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Harry Kondoleon was a gay American playwright and novelist.

He was born on February 26, 1955; and died of AIDS in New York City on March 16, 1994, aged 39.[1]

He graduated from Hamilton College and the Yale School of Drama. He was awarded the Fulbright, National Endowment for the Arts, Rockefeller and Guggenheim fellowships.

Works[edit]

Plays[edit]

  • The Brides - 1980
  • The Côte d'Azur Triangle - 1980
  • Rococo - 1981
  • Self-Torture and Strenuous Exercise - 1982
  • Andrea Rescued - 1982
  • Clara Toil - 1982
  • The Fairy Garden - 1982
  • Christmas on Mars - 1983
  • Slacks and Tops - 1983
  • Linda Her - 1984
  • The Vampires - 1984
  • Anteroom - 1985
  • Play Yourself - 1988
  • The Poet's Corner - 1988
  • Zero Positive - 1988
  • Love Diatribe - 1990
  • The Houseguests
  • Saved or Destroyed - 1994

Novels[edit]

  • The Whore of Tiampuan - 1991
  • Diary of a Lost Boy - 1994

Poetry[edit]

  • Rudy on Ruby and Nadine (Wedge pamphlet)
  • The death of understanding: Love poems - 1987

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New York Times, 07 April 1994 Retrieved 18 May 2012

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