Suffered from the Night: Queering Stoker’s Dracula Steve Berman et al.
One of the more admired characters in Western literature happens to be a murderer, a villain, a fiend: Count Dracula. Irish author Bram Stoker’s classic novel stands high in the canon of speculative fiction, … More
Shades of Blue and Gray: Ghosts of the Civil War Steve Berman et al.
More Americans were killed during the years of the Civil War (1861-1865) than any other date in history. Men shattered, women lost, families broken. In Shades of Blue & Gray, editor Steve Berman offers readers… More
Desire. The longing for the touch of men. The edge of hunger. The need for supplicants craving a sweaty embrace, a passionate tryst in the dark. Devour. To drink, to dispatch, to swallow. To quench one’s unimaginable… More
December 2010: 9781590212196 · 232 pp · trade paper/ebook
A much lauded essayist and poet, Jeff Mann writes of the passion and pain of being a Southern gentleman who happens to be invested in many worlds: the hungers… 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
The Queering Bundle Steve Berman et al.
Three rich and provocative anthologies that reconsider three famous literary characters:
“This “study” is a brilliant blend of pastiche and homage… More
The autobiographical essays in Edge offer insight into the passions of acclaimed author Jeff Mann. These memories, insightful as they are endearing, range from his boyhood obsession with the gothic allure of Dark … More
A Romantic Mann Jeff Mann
“Mann is nothing less than the gay epic poet of our age. The ease with which he expresses the quotidian, the mythic, the timeless and the ineffable is unrivaled. These poems are heart-rendingly beautiful in their coupling… More
Where Thy Dark Eye Glances: Queering Edgar Allan Poe Steve Berman et al.
The canon of Edgar Allan Poe, one of the foremost writers of dark and atmospheric fiction and poetry, offers readers haunted shores teeming with various erudite men brooding in the waning light over their feelings for… More
Cub Jeff Mann
Not every gay teen yearns for fashion and popular culture. Some boys are pure country folk and like the feel of flannel and the smell of the farm. And they’re neither lithe nor muscle-bound but stocky boys, the ones… More
A History of Barbed Wire Jeff Mann
Winner of the 2006 Lambda Literary Award.
In intense, lyrical language, Jeff Mann’s short stories give us an array of tormented characters: adulterous lovers, a kidnapper and his handsome victim, the sadistic… More
Salvation: A Novel of the Civil War Jeff Mann
Lambda Award Winner
The American Civil War still threatens to tear the nation in twain. Private Ian Campbell betrayed his company and his duty because he fell in love with a handsome Yankee prisoner-of-war, Drew Conrad.… More
Purgatory: A Novel of the Civil War Jeff Mann
During the Civil War, two young soldiers on opposite sides find themselves drawn together. One is a scholarly, war-weary Southerner who has seen too much bloodshed, especially the tortures inflicted upon the enemy… More