Wife Fay Jacobs

Fay Jacobs is a journalist and author, best known for award-winning humorous essays detailing life over the past 20 years in the GLBT friendly resort of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Combining advocacy and stories of life with her wife Bonnie Quesenberry (born October 4, 1949), the books have been hailed as hilarious, provocative and a history of GLBT progress over the past two decades. Fay, a native New Yorker, spent 30 years in journalism, public relations and theater. She is the publisher of A&M Books, a successor to the legendary Naiad Press. She authored As I Lay Frying – a Rehoboth Beach Memoir, Fried & True – Tales from Rehoboth Beach, winner of the 2008 National Federation of Press Women Book of the Year for humor, For Frying Out Loud – Rehoboth Beach Diaries, winner of ForeWord Reviews Humor Book of the Year, a Goldie Award, American Library Association Over the Rainbow nomination and the 2011 National Federation of Press Women Humor Book of the Year. Time Fries! Aging Gracelessly in Rehoboth Beach was released in December 2013. Fay has written for The Advocate, Curve Magazine, The Washington Post, Baltimore Sun and more. In 1982, Fay met Bonnie Quesenberry, a dental laboratory owner handling challenging medical cases for Johns Hopkins Hospital and others. The party has gone on for over 33 years as of 2015 and they married in August 2003 in Vancouver, Canada and in a big fat Jewish wedding in 2012 in Rehoboth Beach.