A good book is a good book, regardless of who wrote it. But in gay fiction, if you're calling yourself a gay man, you really should be a gay man. Gender does matter. But, then again, I'm just a writer. What do you think?
Drake Braxton's debut novel, MISSING, is a fun and sexy read, detailing what happens when a happily married man journeys to the Deep South for a high school reunion, only to find that his husband has mysteriously disappeared.
Recently, a few of us connected to discuss our craft and the state of gay literature today. It was with great pleasure that I joined with Gregory G. Allen, David G. Hallman, Carey Parrish, and Arthur Wooten in our own gay take on the Algonquin round table.