By Frost, Derek
A compelling, heart-rending and uplifting memoir about one couple's love story through the AIDS epidemic. - A timely chronicle of survival and transformation. In the upheaval and wake of the coronavirus pandemic, tales from a similarly devastating epidemic will have a resonance w...ith many people. - The author will commit 100% of his royalties to AIDS-related charities, including Aids Ark. - Coverage expected in leading LGBT+ publications and author features in The Guardian, Observer and Sunday Times. - The success of publishing around the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riot in 2019 showed there is a keen appetite for books that speak to young queer people, both in the UK and the US. There is a desperate need for AIDS narratives that end in life not death. This memoir aims to speak in this positive way about what the previous generation lived through. - Derek Frost is a highly respected and successful designer with many high-profile connections within the London art scene. The book will be sold at 'pop-up' exhibitions and at his own events.Read more
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Derek Frost, born 1952, met and fell in love with Jeremy Norman in 1977. He's a skilled designer, photographer, artist, yoga practitioner and gardener. Together with Jeremy he started numerous businesses including iconic Heaven nightclub and Soho Gyms. They live a nomadic life on both land and water. Derek has other loves - for stones, clouds, dance and street art. One of the two charities they started, Aids Ark, has to date saved over one thousand lives.
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