With: New Gay Fiction Jameson Currier
With: New Gay Fiction, edited by Jameson Currier, features sixteen authors writing on relationships with men: gay men with their friends, lovers, partners, husbands, dates, tricks, boyfriends, hustlers, idols,… More
Between: New Gay Poetry Jameson Currier
Between: New Gay Poetry, edited by Jameson Currier, features sixty gay poets writing on relationships between men: gay men with their friends, lovers, partners, husbands, dates, tricks, boyfriends, hustlers, idols,… More
The Forever Marathon Jameson Currier
A wickedly delightful war of wits and whines between longtime companions during a two-day fight.
From their meeting as struggling graduate students in Manhattan to becoming the owners of expensive foreign cars and… More
Who the Hell is Rachel Wells? J.R. Greenwell
Full of snappy and sharp Southern characters, Who the Hell is Rachel Wells? by J.R. Greenwell is a debut collection of clever, big-hearted tales of spunky souls and damaged hearts. Both serious and silly, bittersweet… More
Chelsea Station: Issue 4 Jameson Currier
The fourth issue of Chelsea Station, the popular new literary magazine of gay writing, edited by Jameson Currier, features seven short stories, three essays, ten poems, and interviews, reviews and other writing relating… More
Love, Christopher Street Thomas Keith
Representing some of the most talented writers at work today, the 26 original essays in Love, Christopher Street encompass revealing, intense, profound, funny, personal, and queer reflections that span forty years… More
Pacific Rimming Tom Cardamone
Lambda Literary winner Tom Cardamone’s novella, Pacific Rimming, is a dazzling narrative of obsession. Set in New York City in the late 1990s, a young gay man wanders from bed to bed, creating a life of drug use … More
Chelsea Station: Issue 3 Jameson Currier
The third issue of Chelsea Station, the popular new literary magazine of gay writing, edited by Jameson Currier, features twelve short stories, ten poems, and essays, reviews and other writing relating to gay literature.… More
Fortune’s Bastard Gil Cole
A delightful, swashbuckling adventure of lust, learning, and love.
Escaping the religious hysteria of Renaissance Florence, young Antonio leaves his family and fate behind to find a better life. Misfortune, betrayals,… More
Shirts and Skins Luscombe Jeffrey
A remarkable debut novel from Jeffrey Luscombe—a compelling series of linked stories of a young man’s coming-out, coming-of-age, and coming-to-terms with his family and fate.
Josh Moore lives with his family… More
Desire: Tales of New Orleans William Sterling Walker
Desire: Tales of New Orleans, a debut collection of short fiction by William Sterling Walker, delves into the gay demimonde in New Orleans before the flood. Circles of friends and acquaintances—lawyers and supermarket… More
What Comes Around Jameson Currier
A quirky, touching, and unique novel of a single gay man’s quest to find a meaningful relationship. Written over a period of twenty-five years, the fifteen linked short stories of What Comes Around—many of which… More
My Movie David Pratt
From the award-winning author of Bob the Book, My Movie showcases the remarkable range and versatility of David Pratt’s short fiction, including stories previously published in The James White Review, Velvet… More
Chelsea Station Issue 2 Jameson Currier
Chelsea Station is a new literary magazine of gay writing, edited by Jameson Currier. The second issue features ten short stories, six new poems, a never-before-published one-act play, a travel memoir, and several… More
Where the Rainbow Ends Jameson Currier
This powerful, compelling, and heartfelt first novel centers on Robbie Taylor, an optimistic and romantic young man who settles in New York City in 1978 with a circle of new friends.
Where the Rainbow Ends follows Robbie… More
Chelsea Station Issue 1 Jameson Currier et al.
Chelsea Station is a new literary magazine of gay writing, edited by Jameson Currier. The first issue features six original short stories, fourteen new poems, a never-before-published one-act play and memoir, and… More