In this episode of Queer Voices of the South I talk with Dr. Sherry Scott about her new book, “Playhouses: Sexuality and Fundamentalism,” released in February by Black Rose Writing.
Sherry Scott, MD, is a pediatrician who has practiced palliative/hospice care for children and general medicine. She founded Paris Poet’s Society and published a juried anthology of poetry and photography, “What Brings You Here,” in 2016. She serves on the board of the Gendercide Awareness Project, founded in Dallas. She lives with her family in Paris, Texas.
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Morris Ardoin’s book, STONE MOTEL – MEMOIRS of a CAJUN BOY can be purchased through the publisher, on the independent bookseller website Indibound, or on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other booksellers, and is also available as an audiobook on Audible.
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I’ve also found that a significant number of gay men are Constitutional conservatives. Steve Gunderson, a former GOP congressman from Wisconsin stands out. He might be a good interview, though I’m not sure how to contact him. He wrote a book, so his publisher might have current contact info. On Mar 11, 2022 8:19 AM, “(Parenthetically) Speaking” wrote:
> Morris Ardoin posted: ” In this episode of Queer Voices of the South I > talk with Dr. Sherry Scott about her new book, “Playhouses: Sexuality and > Fundamentalism,” released in February by Black Rose Writing. Sherry Scott, > MD, is a pediatrician who has practiced palliative/hosp” >
Thank you for the tip on Steve Gunderson! I’ll look him up.
Hi Morris-thank you for bringing this book to our attention. I grew up about 20 miles from Paris, TX and my Mother started bringing us to the Pentecostal Church. I was not drawn to this but my Brothers and Sister have been deeply attached since the 70s.
I look forward to reading the book.
Thanks so much, Richard! I love it when the podcast resonates with listeners! Hope you enjoy the book.