| Blair Mastbaum|
| January 24, 1979 (age 36)
Dayton, Ohio, U.S. (1979-01-24) |
Novelist, screenwriter, short-story writer
Clay's Way (2004)
Us Ones In Between (2008)
Clay's Way: A Novel, Us Ones in Between, Clays Ding
Lambda Literary Award for Gay Men's Debut Fiction
Scott Coffey, Rebecca Rigg, Becky Jackson
Blair Mastbaum Wikipedia
Blair Mastbaum is an American writer and a former model who lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Mastbaum acted in and produced the 2005 Sundance Film Festival official competition film, Ellie Parker, directed by his partner, Scott Coffey.
Mastbaum's first novel, 2004's Clay's Way, won a Lambda Literary Award.
Mastbaum's second novel, Us Ones In Between, published by Running Press and released in May 2008, centers on depressed art school graduate Kurt Smith, who fantasizes about pushing boys in front of subway trains. The title is taken from the song "Us Ones In Between," written by Spencer Krug and performed by the band Sunset Rubdown. The novel was a finalist for the 2008 Ferro-Grumley Award.
Mastbaum edited the anthology Cool Thing: The Best New Gay Fiction by Young American Writers, released by Running Press on November 10, 2008.