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Out in Print Review

“Bensie’s anecdotes are wild and woolly shaggy dog stories he freely admits he’s exaggerated, though not by much. And they are hilarious. THIRTY YEARS A DRESSER provides plenty of laughs from the spurting blood vest in “Agnes of God” to … Continue reading

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It’s Happening!

Two years in the making.  

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Second Review of THIRTY YEARS A DRESSER

“…Bensie gives us some wonderfully funny examples having to do with missing underclothing.” “Thirty Years a Dresser” by Dennis Milam Bensie— Behind the Scenes

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First Review of THIRTY YEARS A DRESSER

Review: Thirty Years A Dresser Is A Fun Recollection Of Being Backstage

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Broadway World

https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwbooks/article/Dennis-Milam-Bensie-Releases-Memoir-Thirty-Years-A-Dresser-20180320 Not a review, but some love from Broadway World

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The Jacket

Got the book jacket and advanced reading copy from Coffeetown Press today! It looks amazing. Now I roll up my sleeves and find folks to read, review, and blurb this opus.

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The Cover!

Book covers are tricky. I am delighted with where my publisher and I landed for Thirty Years a Dresser. The book comes out May 15, 2018.

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My Fourth Book!

It’s Official. Coffeetown Press will release my fourth book Thirty Years A Dresser on May 15, 2018. I am so excited!

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A Fan Letter

Someone I went to high school with in Robinson, Illinois (pop: 6,600) recently read my book ONE GAY AMERICAN and tracked me down. He sent me this lovely email which I share anonymously with his permission.

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Thirty Years a Dresser – the book!

In 2016, I wrote a thirty-three week long column for Queen Mob’s Teahouse called Thirty Years a Dresser. My intention was always to turn those essays into a book. This summer there was no theatre to dress, so I got … Continue reading

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