Logical Family

Editorial reviews

Logical Family

Much of “Logical Family” is wry and sharply drawn.

“A day without tolerance is a day without sunshine,” Maupin writes, and “Logical Family” succeeds in reconciling the distance between his heritage and the legacy he leaves to generations of readers. Engaging and revelatory, Maupin’s memoir is a delight, punctuating a distinguished career in letters.

Logical Family, like all of Maupin’s books, is best read quickly, and just once. That’s entertainment.