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R + M = Love, by Lore Lippincott

31 July 2014 ~ Hyacinth Noir’s Lughnasadh Issue
Post I ~ R + M = Love, by Lore Lippincott

While ‘R+M = Love’ might look like a strange algebraic equation, the R is for Robin, and the M is for Merlin. 

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Age advances, but the heart remains young,

The eccentric who kept his natural hairline from birth.

Women, viewing cherry blossoms, scattered with a broom.

“Hemorrhoid Medicine Sold Here; Cures All Woes.” … 1,299 more words

Queer Fiction

Book Review: Combustion by Daniel W Kelly

Warm hearted, silly and, most importantly, filled with tons of outrageous sex, Daniel W. Kelly’s novel Combustion combines supernatural activity, social commentary and fiery vampire lore with giddy aplomb. 212 more words


Do you wanna hear a queer love story?

Doing a degree in Philosophy completely ruined my love of reading. As a child I devoured books, reading 2, 3, 4 at a time. The library was my happy place. 826 more words


'London Triptych' by Jonathan Kemp

Having much enjoyed talks by Jonathan Kemp (author of ‘London Triptych’) and Neil McKenna (author of ‘Fanny and Stella: The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England’) at a Queer London Research Forum event back in February, I am pleased to say that I have finally got round to reading their fantastic novels. 702 more words


Windy City Times reviews Billy Knight

This week the Windy City Times published a review of my book, ‘The End of Billy Knight’, in their online supplement to the weekly Chicago newspaper. 196 more words

The End Of Billy Knight

New Pub: "Real Monsters" in Cactus Heart issue #8!

It’s my great pleasure to announce that one of my short stories, “Real Monsters,” is included in Catcus Heart issue #8! The issue is available for purchase… 182 more words