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A Warmer Season book. Joseph Olshan's other novels include Nightswimmer and Vanitas, as well as The Waterline, A Warmer Season, The Sound of Heaven and In Clara's Hands, a sequel to his acclaimed first novel, Clara's Heart. Joseph Olshan is published in the . by Saint Martin's Press and Berkley Books; and in the United Kingdom by Bloomsbury publishing and Arcadia Books. Books by Joseph Olshan. Mor. rivia About A Warmer Season. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Joseph Olshan is published in the . The Waterline (Doubleday, 1989). A Warmer Season (ll, co-pub, 1987). Clara's Heart (Arbor House, 1985). by St. Martin's Press and Berkley Books and in United Kingdom by Bloomsbury Publishing and by Arcadia Books. He grew up in Harrison, New York, and New York City and graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara Olshan is openly gay. He is not considered a writer of gay literature but prefers to be considered simply as a "writer". "Joseph Olshan Filmography".
A warmer season : a novel. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. City and town life, Teenagers, Jews, Italian Americans. New York : McGraw-Hill. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on September 5, 2013. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).
Joseph Olshan is an award-winning American novelist. His first novel, Clara's Heart, won the Times/Jonathan Cape Young Writers' Competition and went on to be made into a feature film starring Whoopi Goldberg. He is the author of eight novels, the most recent of which, The Conversion, will be published in 2008.
An Interview with Joseph Olshan.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The author of Clara’s Heart crafts a vivid mosaic of the passions and pressures of gay life in New York City as two men find their all-consuming affair threatened by the cynicism of mutual friends and memories of lost love. Nominated for the Lambda Award.
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Joseph Olshan is an American novelist. Cloudland (St. Martin's Press, 2012).