This post is a response to M/M Romance author Kevin Klehr's "Stories Should Have Conflict". In which century were powerful tales not needed? Storytelling has endured through thousands of years because it is a type of power for humans. At this time, we have more humans than ever in known history. We have storytellers. We can … Continue reading Stories Don’t Have to Create Real Life Conflict
A security guard returns home to a surprise from his boyfriend. “Chapped Hips” on Medium is cocky flash fiction about a gay vampire's cowboy-themed adventure at home. It was originally available on the Patreon membership platform. When Patreon clarified in emails that they want no erotic material on their site, I closed my creator account … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Chapped Hips
Annual awards are one of the incentives in the publication world for writers to experiment with stories and to ensure that work is well edited. Since I've started deliberately writing queer-centric fiction, I've been keeping on an eye out for awards focusing on stories featuring queer characters. While these stories could and do win big name awards, … Continue reading When the Rainbow Wins: Annual Awards
There's this comic that can ruin you for a day.