Jim Eigo has written on theater, dance, art, literature, sex and the design of clinical trials. He is an architect of two reforms of AIDS drug regulation, expedited approval and expanded access, that have helped bring many treatments to many people. That work is profiled in two recent documentaries, How to Survive a Plague and United in Anger. His short fiction has appeared in such volumes as Best American Gay Fiction #3, and in such periodicals as The Chicago Review. For the better part of a decade he edited two gay magazines, Playguy and Inches. His first published art work appears in a limited edition book from Intima Press, The Poetics of Space. You can read his latest flash fiction at cleavermagazine.com.
Publications and Prizes
Quickies 2 (Arsenal Pulp Press, 1999), Best American Gay Fiction 3 (Little, Brown & Co., 1998), Best Gay Erotica 1997 (Cleis Press, 1997), Butch Boys (Bad Boy/Kasak Books, 1997)
Boilermakers: Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly, Chicago Review, Cleaver Magazine, Cream City Review, Polluto, Riverbabble, The Legendary, Zone
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Listing last updated: April 7, 2013