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Gay fiction/non-fiction discussion. 286 views. To me, Maupin is all inclusive - the opposite (or flip side of the coin) of Chabon - he's a gay writer who includes straight characters in his gay stories.

Home. Stories. Non-Fiction. Boy Story: The Road Taken. The semi-autobiographical story of a straight college boy named Matt who realizes he's not so straight when he crosses paths with a gay high school boy named Parker...

The Gender Studies and Anthropology section. All the non-queer fiction was downstairs. Not even on the same floor. person: so, what's your hobby? me: i like to write stories, fictional ones. person: can you show me one of your stories? *panicking because I write gay fanfiction with a lot of smut*.

Singapore Gay Literature refers to writing that deals with LGBT themes in a Singapore context. It covers literary works of fiction, such as novels, short stories, plays and poems. It also includes non-fiction works, both scholarly and targeted at the general reader, such as dissertations...

As such, they are part of the great gay paperback explosion that catered to most every taste in mens genre fiction, including detective stories and spy thrillers. Paul Monette is the writer to have won two awards in the Gay Non-Fiction category, for Borrowed Time in 1989 and for Becoming a Man in 1993.

Biographies, Love stories, especially gay love stories, Historical Fiction and Non-fiction, Vampire stories. Книга. Эта тема нравится 1 пользователю.

15 USD. In the newest edition of Best Gay Stories, editor Steve Berman has selected confessions and stories that range from in scope from "S" - sensational - to "XL" - extra-liberating: a personal remembrance of the Stonewall Riots; a tale of awkward first love...

While it never even incorporates the word "gay," Very Recent History follows a long tradition of providing a window into a very specific and often underrepresented community. With that in mind, here's a collection of other important non-fiction titles about the diverse LGBT community.

Marvel's Kevin Feige wants to find an organic way to introduce LGBTQ characters to his fictional world. That's not how writing works, or how progress happens. Dear Storytellers: Gay Characters Aren't Going to Show Up 'Organically' In Your Stories, You Have to Put Them There.
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