Creative Nonfiction by Queer Writers
Edited by Jim Tushinski and Jim Van Buskirk
Now available from Harrington Park Press


Robert Boulanger

Robert Boulanger was born in Montreal, Quebec, and quickly established himself as a popular child actor for Canadian television in the 1950s. In 1959, Robert joined the US Army because he loved Americans so much. After his discharge, Robert continued to split his time between Montreal and the United States, with extended periods in San Francisco. During his time in Montreal, he was a well-known bilingual DJ for several Canadian radio stations including CHOM-FM, a popular progressive rock station of the 1970s. Robert now lives in San Francisco, where he is a celebrated painter, avid gardener, accomplished voiceover artist, and master of serendipitous spontaneity.

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Robert Boulanger

Robert (left) in the US Army - 1959