In 2005, Frank’s essay “A Prince Charming for the Prom (Not Ever After, Though)” was featured as the Modern Love column in Sunday’s New York Times. The piece explored the gay high school experience through the lens of multiple senior proms. Read it here.
In 2007 the essay was anthologized in “Modern Love: 50 True and Extraordinary Tales of Desire, Deceit, and Devotion.” The collection was edited by Daniel Jones and can be ordered from Amazon here.
In 2016 the essay was performed by Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Tituss Burgess as part of WBUR's Modern Love podcast. The reading was accompanied by a "Where Are They Now?" interview with Frank. You can listen to it here.
Frank wrote about movies for MSN.com from 2005 to 2013. Everything from interviewing Nicolas Cage to listing gay movies straight people would enjoy to shaming the worst hairdos in cinema history.
During his nine-year tenure, Frank wrote over a hundred features. He wrote about B*A*P*S whenever it was appropriate. Sometimes he wrote about B*A*P*S when it wasn't appropriate at all.
Due to a design overhaul at MSN, all of Frank's work has disappeared into the digital ether. He totally didn't have a breakdown about it when it happened.
From 2007 to 2010, Frank wrote for the now defunct go2 Media city guide. He covered the most exciting arts, food, and gay events in NYC for smartphone users.
From 2006 to 2009, Frank covered the Seattle International Film Festival for the Seattle Weekly. He saw 90ish films in 5ish weeks every year. That's a lot of sitting around and reading subtitles.