Best Gay Romance 2015 now available!

Best Gay Romance 2015You can now get Cleis Press‘s Best Gay Romance 2015 edited by Felice Picano, who is basically one of the founders of modern gay lit.

Erin and I are thrilled (and still a little startled) to have our story “Second Chances” included as part of this anthology.

About Best Gay Romance 2015

Gay romance is coming into full bloom in the wake of DOMA’s fall and the spread of marriage equality across the land. New series editor Felice Picano has rounded up the luminaries of gay fiction for their takes on the promises of new love and the surprises of long-term relationships. Known for changing the landscape of gay literature, Picano reveals himself at his finest when it comes to the subject of love and sex. The stories in this volume range from the gritty to the fantastic, from the sweet and dreamy to sidewalk hard, with tales of missed connections, fantasies of vengeance and even a coolly sexy cowboy yarn. Tom Baker’s “Jury Duty” brings new meaning to the concept of jury tampering when deliberating over a case goes from ho-hum to a thrilling undercover romance. Two cowboys find a Brokeback love for each other while in pursuit along the Rio Grande in Dale Chase’s “Matters of the Heart.” In a meet cute for our times, Jay Mandal’s “To Dye For” follows two former classmates who bump into each other, and discover they like exactly the same thing—men! In Best Gay Romance 2015, Felice Picano gathers a sweepingly romantic collection of short fiction that is long on love.

About “Second Chances”

Pete thinks taking off the wedding ring from his dead husband seems like an appropriate gesture before going to bed with his new boyfriend, Isaac, for the first time, but when the ring won’t come off, he gets stuck answering the door covered in olive oil and lube.

Ebook: Amazon | B&N
Paperback: Amazon | B&N

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