Category Archives: Fiction

GUEST: Ann Herendeen on “The Third Perspective”

“One of the reasons I write what I do is to propose a new way of looking at the situation. To me, it’s about thinking so far outside the box that you can’t even see the box anymore.” Continue reading

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Review: Pride/Prejudice by Ann Herendeen

So, it’s OK to say you hate Herendeen’s Pride/Prejudice, and it’s OK to say you love it; it’s not OK to say you were shocked—shocked I tell you!—to discover two men making love with one another and, quite separately, of course, with their wives. Oh, sorry, didn’t mean to reveal that much. Continue reading

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Straight “Experts”: It’s ALL about YOU (except when it’s not)

I saw the Scott Lively video that he claims is a “nuclear bomb” on Gays on Rachel Maddow yesterday, and I think it deserves as wide an audience as each of us is able to give it. (Shout out to Paul … Continue reading

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Author Review: Kelland by Paul G. Bens, Jr.

WARNING: This Review Contains Major Spoilers There are several places, including the author’s own web site, where one can read the basic storyline of Kelland, Paul Bens’ new novel from Casparian Press, but I would like to talk about the … Continue reading

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The GLBT Bookshelf Is Now Open!

The GLBT Bookshelf is the brainchild of author Mel Keegan. In introducing the site to the Gay nation, Keegan, said: “We’re a new Community of writers, artists, publishers, reviewers and readers … with a difference. We’re a GLBT Community, where … Continue reading

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A Somerville Sampler: Autumn Rains

  Autumn Rains, Copyright 2006, Ann Somerville   It’s a totally poofy colour for a brolly, you said. Fine, I said. But at least I’ll be a dry poof. This is true, you agreed. Which is probably why you took … Continue reading

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