On the day singer Jackson Poole signs his first record contract, he learns that part of the deal is turning over his life to his managers. For his handlers and his record company, keeping Jackson’s gay identity a secret becomes a full-on obsession, particularly since their new star is anything but discreet. They try dressing him differently, teaching him how to speak butch, and even fixing him up with a soap opera vixen. But how is a rock star supposed to enjoy his newfound success if he can’t bed the groupies?
Stewart Lewis is a native of Boston now living in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado’s theater program and earned a master’s degree in writing at the University of Southern California.