Bade, prince of a tiny, overlooked country, doesn't have a plan for his life. Never in his wildest dreams does he expect an invitation to court the Pharaoh of Orina Anoris, ruler of the most powerful... More > country in the world. Suddenly whisked away, Bade finds himself in an exotic land that dazzles his senses and opens his eyes. The people are uninhibited, expressive, flirtatious, and don't know the meaning of sexual repression. Boyfriends, lovers, harems--it boggles Bade's mind to witness a freedom he never imagined. But the endless parade of beautiful men pales in comparison to the pharaoh. His beauty is literally perfection. Crackling with power, intimidating yet friendly, he is unconventional and traditionally Anorian. After being exposed to a vibrant, colorful new world, nights of sizzling passion, and the possibilities of true love, how can Bade face the thought of being rejected and returning home? Will he be able to win the pharaoh's heart and help his people?< Less
Witty, romantic, and satisfyingly steamy, this novel is for any fan of gay erotica looking for a solid love story. Because of his infamous birth (and famous parentage), Jordan Jennings' every move... More > made the headlines, and he soon learned that the only way to keep the media out of his life was not to have a life at all. Charged with keeping his family's secrets, as well as his own, he put aside his own desires for the sake of family pride. With the chance of love on the horizon, will Jordan have to sacrifice his family's reputation in order to have a life of his own? Patrick Wright was a fearless reporter headed straight to the top. He was a man who knew what he wanted and always went after it. With money, success, and a very healthy social life, Patrick had no idea that anything was missing until he met Jordan, someone he suddenly couldn’t do without. But when careers hang in the balance and Patrick is faced with losing everything he's worked so hard to achieve, will his love for Jordan conquer all?< Less
Ganymede #5 issue, gay men's quarterly journal. 344 pp. Edmund White, Oscar Wilde, Glenway Wescott, Susan Glaspell, cutting-edge gay poets, fiction authors, artists, and photographers from around the... More > world. Contents and readable sample pages at www.ganymedenyc.com.
"When I pulled Ganymede #5 out of its box, I held a spine nearly an inch thick, healthy for an annual but unheard-of for a quarterly. And when I reached the end of its 344 pages, my head was spinning. Nothing remotely like Ganymede has been seen in the gay community in my lifetime. After crucial essays by Edmund White and Oscar Wilde, each section, presented with style and snap, leads you deep into gay male experiences of genuine interest and pungency. Ganymede has already been praised for its textual importance and visual splendor, but with this issue, it rises to real historic grandeur. No literate gay man can afford to miss it."--Erik Mitchell in AssociatedContent.com< Less
Phillie is a sissy boy who doesn’t take things lying down! Bullied and called a dastardly three-lettered name, he sets out to find a word all his own to replace the nasty one he's been given.... More > Along the way he meets a grown-up of splendiferous gender—Miz K. Francine—drag performer par excellence. Sympathetic to Phillie’s dilemma, together they try to figure out what makes a boy a boy, and a girl a girl.
FRILLY PHILLIE is a picture book of a rare fabulosity aimed at anyone aged “tween to twilight”, who has had questions about finding their identity and loving their true selves.< Less