Birthplace: New York City
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Glory Goes and Gets Some
"I ran around looking like Valerie Solanas, a wretched little beatnik... I hung out at the Horseshoe Bar. A more obnoxious drink-cadging slut they never came in contact with, and there was stiff competition."
Tested HIV+ in 1989.
Father: Herman Roiphe (stepfather, psychotherapist)
Mother: Anne Roiphe (novelist, feminist)
Father: (biological, playwright, Carter refuses to name)
Sister: Kate Roiphe (author, younger)
Husband: Bruce Cheney (college professor, cab driver, m. 1985, div.)
Husband: Johnnie Sage Ammentorp (m. 1996)
High School: Robert Louis Stevenson School for Gifted Underachievers
University: New York University (dropout)
Hazelden Center City, MN
Risk Factors: Alcoholism, Depression, Hepatitis C, Smoking
Appears in articles:
POZ, Aug-1998, DETAILS: Emily Carter, Tales of the City, BYLINE: Claude Peck
Author of books:
Glory Goes and Gets Some (2000, short stories)
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