Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Gallery

Will they never leave? Why? Why do they insist on coming, standing there, staring, driving him deeper and deeper into his shell of isolation, of difference, of not fitting in? He huddles there in the corner, naked, exposed, the subject … Continue reading

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Yes, Erin, You ARE An Activist

My friend, Erin O’Quinn (who’s also a writer, and straight) and I were talking the other day and I mentioned Polari Magazine to her, since she writes MM erotica, some of it set in the early years of the twentieth … Continue reading

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Night Ride Across Kansas

Upon the occasion of driving across Kansas in late November, 2013, Interstate 70   The flat and the tall turning in the stripes of red and yellow and blue White, the giant’s curls, the giants’ songs across the plains and they … Continue reading

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