Thomas Lawrence Long

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Dr. Thomas Long, a professor of English, earned his doctorate from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. With over 20 years in the academia, he taught at Thomas Nelson Community College, Old Dominion University and the College of William and Mary. In addition to his academic appointments, Dr. Long served as editor-in-chief of Harrington Gay Men's Literary Quarterly (formerly Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly). Currently, he is associate professor-in-residence at University of Connecticut, in the School of Nursing. Dr. Long writes and publishes works on AIDS, religion, and sexuality.

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