In a series of distinctly filmic and culturally ambiguous settings the reader is introduced to Albert Green, his childhood, the dress that catalyses his gender expression, and the cast of characters that engage Green in their fetishistic desires. But will Green take the driver's seat? Artist and author Hou Chien Cheng tenderly and jauntily entwines harsh realities with unique human insights, effected by the experience of growing up differently. The second in a series of three fictive-autobiographies, GREEN was written while Hou was living the life of Albert Green, his novel's transgendered protagonist.
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