Scanlan has written articles that have appeared in The New York Times "Arts & Leisure" section, The Village Voice, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, The Advocate, Playboy and Theatre Week.
His short stories have been published in many magazines and are included in Best American Gay Fiction (1996). Scanlan was a guest editor for the Tony Award edition of Playbill for 1997 and 1998. His critically acclaimed novel Does Freddy Dance was published in 1995.
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