Ever since Mrs. Malloy assigned us the What I Want To Be When I Grow Up paper earlier that year in her 1st hour English, my mind had been made up. . . I, Bradley James Dayton, will be a famous actor someday! Meet Bradley Dayton--a wickedly funny high school senior whose woefully uncool life always seems to be full of drama, even in the sorry little suburb of Hazel Park, Michigan. It's 1987, the era of big hair, designer jeans, and Dirty Dancing. George Michael has qFaithq and Michael Jackson still has a nose. Brad, on the other hand, has a thing for acting, and while his friends are trying to get laid, Brad's trying to land the lead in Okla-homo! and practicing the Jane Seymour monologue from Somewhere in Time. Sure, he'd like to get laid too, but while Brad has known he was gay forever, the rest of qHillbilly Highq is not so forthcoming. Brad's already lost one best friend, Jack, who dropped out of marching band to step into the closet. But lately, things are looking up. Not only has Brad made Homecoming Top Five, but Richie, a new, totally cute member of drama club, definitely seems to be sending signals--and he's not the only one. Before senior year ends, Brad will know more about love, lust, and friendship than he ever thought possible. Because if all the world's a stage, he's ready to be in the spotlight. . . Praise for Frank Polito and Band Fags! qThis is a love letter to a time when happiness was a pair of Calvin Klein jeans, and every heartbreak could be fixed by listening to your Bonnie Tyler or REO Speedwagon albums.q --Michael Thomas Ford, author of What We Remember qA sweet, funny, deeply felt valentine to the wonder/horror of coming of age in the 1980's.q --Dennis Hensley, author of Misadventures in the (213)Seeing Joey again made Jack realize he was in love with him, and probably had been since they were in like 4th grade. Thata#39;s about the time I had my Okla-homo! audition. aYoua#39;re really gonna go thru with that?a Jack immediately asked meanbsp;...
|Author||:||Frank Anthony Polito|
|Publisher||:||Kensington Publishing Corp. - 2009-06-01|