“Bi Perspectives on Kinsey” is “eccentric, excellent”bi

Kinsey Retrospective called “eccentric, excellent”

In a San Francisco Examiner article, “Best bisexual books of 2008: non-fiction,” from the completely unBIased Sheela Lambert:

4. Bisexual Perspectives on the Life and Work of Alfred C. Kinsey

Edited by Ron Jackson Suresha, Taylor & Francis

Front cover of "Bisexual Perspectives on ... Kinsey"
Bisexual Perspectives on the Life and Work of Alfred C Kinsey, front cover

Eccentric, yet excellent, anthology looks back at the influence of Kinsey on the understanding of bisexuality and his influence on the contributing authors. Besides the more academic chapters, there is Mike Szymanski’s investigation into the Kinsey movie’s portrayal of bisexuality with director & actor interviews; an interview with T.C. Boyle author of Inner Circle, a novel based on the life of Kinsey and his inner circle of colleagues; editor Ron Suresha’s pilgrimage to Kinsey’s Bloomington with photos of the Kinsey Institute, Kinsey’s home and his gravesite; and a short story that follows a single copy of the Kinsey Report as it interconnects lives in different time periods from the report’s release to present day. Editor Ron Suresha is a true member of the bi community and has edited several bi anthologies including Bi Men & Bi Guys.

My gratitute to Ms Lambert for her kind review, which you can read  in full here: http://snurl.com/orypq . The special hardbound library edition is available for pre-order on Amazon.