Joseph Cassara

|occupation=Writer |nationality=American |alma_mater=Columbia University
Iowa Writers' Workshop |awards=Edmund White Award (2019) |website= }} Joseph Cassara (born 1989) is an American writer, whose debut novel ''The House of Impossible Beauties'' was published in 2018. The novel, an exploration of drag culture in New York City in the 1980s during the HIV/AIDS crisis, was inspired in part by Angie Xtravaganza and the film ''Paris Is Burning''.

Originally from New Jersey, he was educated at Columbia University and the Iowa Writers' Workshop.

The novel won Publishing Triangle's Edmund White Award for LGBT debut fiction in 2019, and was shortlisted for the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Fiction at the 31st Lambda Literary Awards. Provided by Wikipedia
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