“The Teachers’ Room” is a remarkable novel. The presentation of the setting is beautifully evocative, truly recreating an era. And the historical background—1963 in the Midwest, teachers who had to be closeted or risk everything—was such an important and pivotal time in American social history.  But “The Teachers’ Room” is never dry history. The plot will make the reader keep turning the pages. (It certainly did me!) Most of all, “The Teachers’ Room” is a wonderful read—engaging, vivid in its depictions, deeply interesting in its characterizations, and very moving.”
— Lillian Faderman    

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