Lance Loud was America's first gay icon as well as an outspoken member of the famous Loud family, which gave America one of its first "reality" television shows.
In this title, his mother Pat chronicles through her archive of Lance's photographs, drawings, notes, and even his letters as a fourteen-year-old admirer of Andy Warhol to his progression from Santa Barbara hometown boy to New York City Warhol Underground originator.
About the Author:
Pat Loud was the well-known and beloved mother of Lance Loud, who through her collection of his papers, artworks, and memorabilia was able to compile and construct this important document of one life that represents an era of American popular culture.
ISBN: 978-0-9832702-6-3 240 pages; 8 5/8 x 10 7/16"; hardcover w/ cloth spine; 150 4/c and b/w photos