A Key West Companion Paperback – November 15, 1983. by Christopher R. Cox (Author, Photographer).
A Key West Companion Paperback – November 15, 1983.
A Key West Companion book.
In "A Key West Companion", Christopher took me on a tour of the real Key West. He shows that Key West goes deeper than a haven for vacationers. He reveals Key West's golden treasure: The People. Not your ordinary travel book. com User, January 23, 2002. Key West is such a beautiful place, it deserves to have a book like this written about it. Lovingly crafted by its adoring author, this series of essays doesn't comprise the ordinary "where to shop, eat and stay", ed travel book.
Christopher Cox was born in Gadsden, Alabama. A Key West Companion, 1983.
Christopher Cox was born in Gadsden, Alabama In the 1970s, he moved to Manhattan and pursued a career with the SoHo Weekly News as both a writer and photographer. Cox, who was gay, is perhaps best known for his collaboration within The Violet Quill .
A Key West companion by Christopher Cox (1983-12-23). He was also a man of the theatre. He appeared in William Shakespeare"s Two Gentlemen of Verona, and later worked at the Jean Cocteau Theater, New York City.
com: A Key West Companion: Small quarto. B&W illustrations. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: A Key West Companion. Bookseller: Betterbks/ COSMOPOLITAN BOOK SHOP Address: Burbank, CA, . AbeBooks Bookseller Since: March 9, 1999. Condition: near fine in very good DJ. 214 pages. Publisher: New York: St. Martin's Press. Publication Date: 1983.
A Key West Companion. Cox, Christopher R. (November 15, 1983). A Key West Companion. St. Martin's Griffin. Coordinates: 24°33′32″N 81°48′20″W, 2. 5883°N 8. 0549°W, 2. 5883; -8. 0549. by. Cox, Christopher. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Key West (Fl. - - History. - - Description and travel. Internet Archive Books.
Christopher Cox (writer). Currier, Jameson (May 1, 1994), "No Shrinking Violets", LA Times, retrieved August 3, 2008.
A spokesman for the publisher said he died of complications from an HIV infection.
Mr. Cox was the author of ''A Key West Companion,'' published in 1983. He joined Ballantine that year after having been with the E. P. Dutton Company. Active in the theater, he appeared in the Broadway musical production of ''Two Gentlemen of Verona'' and directed a series of plays at the Jean Cocteau Theater.