Set in the nation's capital, this delightful comedy of manners centers on the busy intersection of Dupont Circle, where old meets young, gay meets straight, rich meets poor, and past meets present. Love and family intersect in similar ways in Paul Kafka-Gibbons's witty and entertaining novel. In a plot revolving around a judicial hearing on gay marriage, Kafka-Gibbons explores the lives of three distinctly different couples, examining marriage and domesticity in all its contemporary guises. With great charm and goodwill, DUPONT CIRCLE engages the issues as well as the heart.
About the Author
A winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, PAUL KAFKA-GIBBONS has reviewed books for major papers nationwide including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Dallas Morning News. He is also a professional modern dancer and has performed with companies in Paris, Washington, D.C., New York, and Boston.