Voice of Force

Voice of Force

G. Roger Denson / Jul 18, 2019

Voice of Force Sexual difference cuts deep through G Roger Denson s VOICE OF FORCE a novel chronicling the escalating estrangement and tragedy that ensue as a gay man and straight man search for mutual ground despi

  • Title: Voice of Force
  • Author: G. Roger Denson
  • ISBN: 1451568622
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sexual difference cuts deep through G Roger Denson s VOICE OF FORCE, a novel chronicling the escalating estrangement and tragedy that ensue as a gay man and straight man search for mutual ground despite the family, faith, profits, and politics dividing them Newspaper critic Ragland Hughes is openly gay Opera tenor Cosimo Fratangelo is famously straight No one gay or stSexual difference cuts deep through G Roger Denson s VOICE OF FORCE, a novel chronicling the escalating estrangement and tragedy that ensue as a gay man and straight man search for mutual ground despite the family, faith, profits, and politics dividing them Newspaper critic Ragland Hughes is openly gay Opera tenor Cosimo Fratangelo is famously straight No one gay or straight says a word as they watch the men s relationship evolve from professional association to loving friendship so long as both men remain alive and profitable When the body of one of the men washes ashore off Long Island Sound, convulsive testimony indicts the survivor as the prosecution s lone suspect The media melee that ensues not only casts unwelcome light on the forces keeping a gay man and a straight man from enjoying friendship, it brands Hughes a predator of heterosexual men and Fratangelo a sociopath driven by ambition As for the disparate voices having their say in the two men s lives, sexuality is to be defined and judged as something much than genital union Part thwarted love story, part cautionary tale, part philosophical rant, VOICE OF FORCE sounds out the deep divide of sexual difference running through even the most liberal of enclaves With Destiny seen as neither predestined path nor consequence of human choice but the balance of submission and resistance to the history bearing down on us, a simple criminal case is made a microcosm of ancient familial fear We know a murder has been committed but in the end we re left deciphering what the larger crime is and how long it s been in the making.

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      • G. Roger Denson

        G Roger Denson is a cultural critic, novelist, screenwriter and journalist who contributes regularly to the Huffington Post He began his professional life as a visual artist exploring painting, sculpture, film, video, performance art and dance, but always as vehicles for a critical philosophy that challenged the legacies we inherit from history, science, ideology and faith While still in college, Denson became a curator with the Buffalo alternative space HALLWALLS, programming international artists visits, exhibitions, screenings and performances During this period Denson went on to curate shows with the Albright Knox Art Gallery, The New Museum, and The Alternative Museum After receiving an NEA grant in painting and moving to New York City, Denson realized he preferred writing about art to making it Since the late 1980s, he has published in the journals ARTS and ART IN AMERICA NYC , PARKETT Zurich , ARTSCRIBE INTERNATIONAL London , FLASH ART Milan , BIJUTSU TECHO Tokyo , KUNSTLERHAUS BETHANIEN Berlin , IDOMENEE Paris , and numerous other publications During this time he worked as a fund raiser for the New York City Ballet and the New York Philharmonic, jobs which Denson valued not only for keeping him close to developments in the performing arts, but for the social fodder the environment later provided for his novels This is also true, Denson insists, of the four years he spent in the 1990s writing advertising copy in New York Denson s first foray into the world of fiction began in 2000, when a friend on a lark challenged him to write a screenplay That script, ANTHONY IN THE DESERT, garnered honors in Miramax Picture s Project Greenlight Paramount Picture s Chesterfield Writer s Program Francis Ford Coppola s American Zoetrope Kevin Spacey s Trigger Street and The Screenwriter s Community, which in 2001 voted it the 1 screenplay by an emerging screenwriter ANTHONY IN THE DESERT very nearly got produced in 2003, but because of the scenes of war and torture set in the first Persian Gulf War in Iraq, the screenplay had to be retired as unsalable for the duration of the 2003 2011 Iraq War It was only upon the end of the war in 2011 that Denson decided to adapt it as his second novel The success of this first project spurred Denson to continue writing fiction, prompting him to take the entire decade off from writing criticism Spending six years writing what would be his first novel, in 2010 Denson released VOICE OF FORCE, a story about a friendship between an opera critic and a hugely talented tenor whose career he launches Despite their deep and productive friendship, the two men fall prey to growing estrangement and tragedy ensuing from the family, profits, politics, and faith that reinforce the already deep divide of their sexual difference.In 2010, Denson returned to writing criticism and journalism after Arianna Huffington made her online newspaper available to him upon liking his serial essay and now his book , THE BEAUTY WE FEAR THE GREAT MOSQUES OF THE WORLD Written in response to the so called Ground Zero mosque controversy, whose head, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, Denson had studied with at St Bart s Center for Religious Inquiry, the project also allowed Denson to comment on many of the magnificent mosques he had visited in his travels On Huffington Post, Denson writes on visual art, film, mythology, performance, popular culture, and contemporary literature, in relationship to such vitalizing issues as sex, gender, race, politics, ideology, science, and faith He takes the position of a relativist and cultural nomad seeking to bring the new global agora of art to a wider audience.Denson is currently turning two of his best received serial essays into books XX Chromosocial Women Artists Cross the Homosocial Divide, and Left Political Art Timeline, 1900 2012 He is also working on two novels, APPALACHIAN ANGELS and THE PATIENT.


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    1. Although the tags for this book have been labeled "Gay Novel," this book is much more than that. In the larger sense, it's really a philosophical novel about sexual difference. For Voice of Force in essence asks some simple questions: Has increased awareness of sexuality and difference truly helped us live more harmonious lives? Or has it merely compelled people to mask the prejudice they inherit from traditions and institutions beneath a civilized veneer? Increasing tolerance may have softened [...]


    2. G. Roger Denson’s novel Voice of Force is touted to be about men, but there is a lot said in it about women too. Written as a dossier from the Manhattan Prosecution’s office leaked to the public, the contents we gradually find out tell the history of a controversial criminal case. Diary passages and transcripts of prison conversations indicate that a murder has led to the conviction of a man who maintains his innocence despite that, after three years on death row, he faces imminent execution [...]


    3. It’s always a reward to come upon a novel with highly intelligent characters, something hard to find these days. It puts their flaws and mishaps into greater relief. And in this case their prejudice.I never before realized to what extent things like family and profession set the die of our lives. Even the landscapes in this novel determine why people do things.Two themes run throughout the novel, each pulling at the other. The first is the force of destiny. The second is the voice that force t [...]


    4. Voice of Force has a lot of subtle things going for it. At first I didn’t see why the author did things like strike through text, as if he was just leaving it there as he wrote spontaneously and didn’t bother to come back and erase it. Or why he let a black rectangle stand in for a diary entry he became ashamed of having written the day before out of anger. Or why he felt it necessary to have newspaper articles inform us of events rather than just write them as he wrote of earlier events.The [...]


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