Manuel Betancourt is a New York City-based writer, editor, and critical thinker. He's been published in The Atlantic, Esquire, Electric Literature, and Film Comment. He believes everything you need to know you can learn by watching Pedro Almodóvar's Todo Sobre Mi Madre.
In 'Logical Family,' the author whose novels changed the course of American gay fiction tells a new kind of story: his own.
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