BOYD, Malcolm. American, b. 1923. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Civil liberties/Human rights, Gay and lesbian issues, Race relations, Sex, Theology/Religion, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Episcopal priest, 1955-. Yale University, Calhoun Coll., New Haven, CT, associate fellow, 1971-; St. Augustine-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Santa Monica, CA, writer priest-inresidence, 1980-96; Modern Maturity mag., columnist, 1990-2000; Episcopal Cathedral Center of Los Angeles, poet-in-residence, 1996-; Honorary Canon of Cathedral, 2002. P.E.N. Center USA West, president, 1984-87. Publications: Crisis in Communication, 1957; Christ and Celebrity Gods, 1958; Focus, 1960; If I Go Down to Hell, 1962; The Hunger, The Thirst, 1964; Are You Running with Me Jesus?, 1965, rev. ed., 1990; Free to Live, Free to Die, 1967; Malcolm Boyd's Book of Days, 1968; The Fantasy Worlds of Peter Stone, 1969; As I Live and Breathe, 1969; My Fellow Americans, 1970; Human Like Me, Jesus, 1971; The Lover, 1972; (with P. Conrad) When in the Course of Human Events, 1973; The Runner, 1974; The Alleluia Affair, 1975; Christian: Its Meaning in an Age of Future Shock, 1975; Am I Running with You, God?, 1977; Take Off the Masks, 1978, rev. ed., 1993; Look Back in Joy, 1981, rev. ed., 1990; Half Laughing, Half Crying, 1986; Gay Priest, 1986; Edges, Boundaries, and Connections, 1992; Rich with Years, 1993; Go Gentle into That Good Night, 1998; Running with Jesus, 2000; Simple Grace, 2001; Prayers for the Late Years, 2002. EDITOR: On the Battle Lines, 1964; The Underground Church, 1968; (with N. Wilson) Amazing Grace: Stories of Lesbian and Gay Faith, 1991; (with C. Talton) Race and Prayer, 2003. Address: PO Box 512164, Los Angeles, CA 90051-2145, U.S.A.
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