Eat, Sleep, Love: A Novel

Now Available from the author of the novel Our Time. It’s 1971 and Charlie McKey, a young gay man from Point Reyes Station, California, arrives in San Francisco, where free love and gay liberation abound. Newly out but open to experiencing the new wonders that suddenly surround him, Charlie jumps in headfirst, immersing himself in […]

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Golden: Gay Asian Men Writing About Sex

Now Accepting Contributor Submissions for Spring 2022. With gay male sexuality represented overwhelmingly in the US as by and for white men, and Asian male sexuality presented as almost exclusively heterosexual, there’s a long-standing and pronounced void when it comes to the voices and experiences of Asian gay men. So much so that some men feel invisible on one hand while on the […]

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Our Time: A Novel of San Francisco in the ’70s

Set in San Francisco’s rollicking Castro district in 1971, Our Time is the story of a young gay man from the Midwest who leaves home in search of a city of men. Paul now finds himself free for the first time–free not only to have sex, but to enjoy and talk about sex and not […]

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The Sea Is Quiet Tonight: A Memoir

In this insightful and inspirational memoir, Michael Ward returns to the early years of the AIDS epidemic, when so little was known and so few who were diagnosed survived. He chronicles in candid detail his partner Mark’s decline and eventual death. By looking back on these tragic events, the author not only honors a generation […]

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The Assistance of Vice

Crossing the boundaries of literature and sexual culture, The Assistance of Vice tells the story of a New York City woman living on the edge. It’s 1983 and the protagonist is faced with a dilemma. Choosing from too many women should be easy, and so should making it in the downtown art scene as a talented photographer. But nothing’s easy when you […]

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