Here's a review of the 2005 book by Wesleyan professor Gavriel D. Rosenfeld, "A World Hitler Never Made: Alternate History and the Memory of Nazism," which discusses my "famous 1979 story" about Hitler.
This is a link to a Usenet posting by an irate animal rights activist who took seriously my 1995 organization Giraffe Hunters of America, founded in response to Newt Gingrich's comment that men were "biologically driven to hunt giraffes"; reprints article
Just found this: apparently I'm commenting on a 1994 case involving a lesbian being fired for entering into a Jewish commitment ceremony, an 11th Circuit opinion which was later overturned by the full circuit court (as opposed to the three-judge panel) an
Newsletter on American Politics from 1996 says U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Miami) "should have little trouble defeating independent Richard Grayson." Since I got only 8 votes, I guess they were prescient.
Neil Simon: A Casebook, edited by Gary Konas, has my only attempt at something pseudo-scholarly, "'The Fruit Brigade': Neil Simon's Gay Characters." (You can tell it's supposedly scholarly because of the colon in the article's title.)
Order my exciting "Legal Issues for the Design and Implementation of a Technology-Assisted System of Education: 1994-95 Memoranda" published by the state of Florida
For The People, newsletter of the Abraham Lincoln Association, mentions my story "Lincoln's Doctor's Dog"
Excerpts and comments on my letter to the NY Times about housing homeless families in the Bronx House of Detention
In 2000, I got 3 write-in votes for U.S. Senator from Volusia County, FL -- one less than "Nikki O."
An Italian document on computer education which quotes something I wrote when I was a staff attorney at the Center for Governmental Responsibility. I didn't know till I saw this that I could write in Italian. Yeah, right.
American Book Review issue: Jaimy Gordon reviews "I Brake Delmore Schwartz," "Eating at Arby's"and "Disjointed Fictions" by Richard Grayson
American Book Review issue: "Irony and/or Authenticity": Tyrus Miller reviews "I Survived Caracas Traffic: Stories from the Me Decades" by Richard Grayson
American Book Review issue with "Defiant on Thin Ice": Henry Grinberg reviews "The Silicon Valley Diet" by Richard Grayson
American Book Review issue with my review of Shade: An Anthology of Fiction by Gay Men of African Descent, edited by Bruce Morrow and Charles H. Rowell