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Being an adjunct professor, as Carl and the three other professors he shares an office with are, is kind of a pit. They work insanely long hours, teaching and grading, before they even get to spend time on their own … Continue reading
One of my and Racheline’s favorite story elements to play with is farce. Sure, we write a lot about death and coping with the difficult realities of relationships and life, but we even in our most serious stories we keep … Continue reading
We knew “Adjunct Hell” was going to be about academia even before we knew it was going to be an age difference story. I mean, sure, it took us about .5 seconds to go from “we should write a story … Continue reading
Like many of our stories, “Adjunct Hell” is, among other things, an age difference story. Our interest in writing relationships with age differences comes from a lot of difference places. Sometimes, it’s just fun (and sexy) to write stories about … Continue reading
Today we’re pleased to welcome Stacy Osteen, author of “New York Minute,” here to talk about her first experience writing M/M romance: “New York Minute” is my first time writing gay fiction and I loved writing it. Colton is a … Continue reading
Today our guest is Helena Maeve, author of the M/M short story The Arrangement, here to talk about puzzling out the short story: Before I attempted The Arrangement I would have laughed at the suggestion that I could write a complete … Continue reading
Day Three of our Young Love, Old Hearts posts. Today’s guyest is A.M. Leibowitz, author of “The Artist as an Old Man.” I always say that I don’t read or write historical fiction. That’s not strictly true, of course. I’ve read … Continue reading