included in The Man I Might Become, edited by Bruce Shenitz(Marlowe and Company 2002)
. . . Peter M. Krask’s wrenching coming out may fit a stereotype of troubled gay-son-straight father relations, but his essay expands our understanding of the emotional costs incurred by these rifts.
. . . The Man I Might Become offers an essential reading experience for every gay man coming to terms with his father, his family, and his own future as a man—and for any reader (straight or gay, parent or child) curious about the ways that we live with the legacy of our fathers.
included in Wrestling with the Angel,edited by Brian Bouldrey(Riverhead Books 1995)
Their essays are both intensely personal and partisan. They rise off the page like rambunctious prayers, reflecting not only the spiritual hunger brought on by the new millennium, but also the fact that we can no more choose our God than we can our sexuality.
This collection confronts questions that are too frequently ignored by the devout but which must be tackled by any religion that claims to be universal.