WOLVERTON, Terry. American, b. 1954. Genres: Novels, Plays/ Screenplays, Gay and lesbian issues. Career: Woman's Building, Los Angeles, CA, calendar editor, 1977-81, administrative assistant, 1981-84, member of board of directors, 1982-86, development director, 1984-88, executive director, 1988-89; Consult'Her (management consulting firm), principal, 1982-. Adult education instructor in and around Los Angeles, CA. Publications: Blue Moon (poems and prose), 1977; Black Slip (poems), 1992; Bailey's Beads (novel), 1996. PERFORMANCE TEXTS: In Silence Secrets Turn to Lies/Secrets Shared Become Sacred Truth, 1979; (with V. Stolsen) Ya Got Class, Real Class, 1980; Medium: Memory/Muse, 1983; Familiar, 1984; Me and My Shadow, 1984; (with C. Stifter) dis-a-buse: to free from a misconception or delusion, 1986; A Merry Little Christmas (three-act play), 1987. EDITOR: (with B. Weissman) Harbinger: Poetry and Fiction by Los Angeles Writers, 1990; (with R. Drake) Indivisible: Short Fiction by West Coast Gay and Lesbian Writers, 1991; Blood Whispers: L.A. Writers on AIDS, Vol I, 1991, Vol II, 1994; (with Drake) Hers: Brilliant New Fiction by Lesbian Writers, 1995; (with Drake) His: Brilliant New Fiction by Gay Writers, 1995. Author of exhibition catalogs. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles, stories, and poems to magazines. Address: c/o Robert Drake, Drake Literary Agency, 314 South Iseminger St., Philadelphia, PA 19107, U.S.A.