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He was born in Richmond, Indiana. In 1969 he published his Paris Diary, which, with his later diaries, has brought him some degree of notoriety, as he is honest about his and others sexuality, describing his relationships with Leonard Bernstein and Noel Coward, his rejection of Samuel Barber and Virgil Thompson, and outing at least a few people (Aldrich and Wotherspoon, eds., 2001).
- Aldrich, Robert and Wotherspoon, Gary (Eds.) (2001). Who's Who in Contemporary Gay & Lesbian History: From World War II to the Present Day. New York: Routledge. ISBN 041522974X.
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