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  • Newman, Lesléa.
  • Shepard, Matthew, 1976-1998 -- Fiction.
  • Murder -- Fiction.
  • Gays -- Fiction.
  • Hate crimes -- Fiction.
  • Laramie (Wyo.) -- Fiction.
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    October mourning [compact disc] : a song for Matthew Shepard / Lesléa Newman.
    by Newman, Lesléa.
    Grand Haven, Mich. : Brilliance Audio, p2012.
  • Shepard, Matthew, 1976-1998 -- Fiction.
  • Murder -- Fiction.
  • Gays -- Fiction.
  • Hate crimes -- Fiction.
  • Laramie (Wyo.) -- Fiction.
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    Podehl, Nick.
    Parks, Tom, 1965-
    Daniels, Luke.
    Rudd, Kate, 1980-
    Traister, Christina.
    Beresford, Emily.
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    Compact disc, Spoken word (Unabridged)
    Novels in verse.
    Young adult fiction.
    Candlewick on BrillianceAudio.
    2 sound discs (ca. 80 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
    Compact discs.
    On the night of October 6, 1998, twenty-one-year-old college student Matthew Shepard was lured from a Wyoming bar by two young men, savagely beaten, tied to a remote fence, and left to die. Gay Awareness Week was beginning at the University of Wyoming, and the keynote speaker was Leslea Newman, discussing her book Heather Has Two Mommies. Shaken, the author addressed the large audience that gathered and remained haunted by Matthew's murder. October Mourning, a novel in verse, is her deeply felt response to the events of that tragic day. Using her poetic imagination, the author creates fictitious monologues from various points of view, including the fence Matthew was tied to, the stars that watched over him, the deer that kept him company, and Matthew himself. More than a decade later, this stunning cycle of sixty-eight poems serves as an illumination for readers too young to remember, and as a powerful, enduring tribute to Matthew Shepard's life.
    Read by Emily Beresford, Luke Daniels, Tom Parks, Nick Podehl, Kate Rudd, and Christina Traister ; introduction read by the author.
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