How to Be Remy Cameron

23 October 2019 | By Julian Winters | Filed in: gay fiction.

Everyone on campus knows Remy Cameron He s the out and gay, super likable guy that people admire for his confidence The only person who may not know Remy that well is Remy himself So when he is assigned to write an essay describing himself, he goes on a journey to reconcile the labels that people

Infinity Son (Infinity Cycle, #1)

23 October 2019 | By Adam Silvera | Filed in: gay fiction.

Balancing epic and intensely personal stakes, bestselling author Adam Silvera s Infinity Son is a gritty, fast paced adventure about two brothers caught up in a magical war generations in the making Growing up in New York, brothers Emil and Brighton always idolized the Spell Walkers a vigilante gro

The Days of Anna Madrigal (Tales of the City, #9)

23 October 2019 | By Armistead Maupin | Filed in: gay fiction.

Suspenseful, comic, and touching, the ninth and final novel in Armistead Maupin s bestselling Tales of the City series follows one of modern literature s most unforgettable and enduring characters Anna Madrigal, the legendary transgender landlady of 28 Barbary Lane on a road trip that will take her

We Were Witches

23 October 2019 | By Ariel Gore | Filed in: gay fiction.

Spurred on by nineties family values campaigns and determined to better herself through education, a teen mom talks her way into college Disgusted by an overabundance of phallocratic narratives and Freytag s pyramid, she turns to a subcultural canon of resistance and failure Wryly riffing on fem

The Lost Prayers of Ricky Graves

23 October 2019 | By James Han Mattson | Filed in: gay fiction.

In raw, poignant alternating first person narratives, interspersed with e mails, gay chat room exchanges, and other fragments of a youth laid bare in the age of social media, The Lost Prayers of Ricky Graves unravels the mystery of a life in all its glory despair and regret, humor and wonder, cour

The Sparsholt Affair

23 October 2019 | By Alan Hollinghurst | Filed in: gay fiction.

In 1940, Evert Dax and David Sparsholt, two young men from very different backgrounds, meet at Oxford University Dax is a second year student reading English, coming from a rackety upper middle class background Sparsholt is from a humbler Midlands community and is reading engineering, a young man

Bitch Goddess

23 October 2019 | By Robert Rodi | Filed in: gay fiction.

In Bitch Goddess, Robert Rodi turns his riotous wit on Hollywood sex and stardom Told entirely through interviews, e mails, fan magazine puff pieces, film reviews, shooting scripts, greeting cards, extortion notes, and court depositions, this is a hilarious account of the on again, off again career

The Unintentional Time Traveler

23 October 2019 | By Everett Maroon | Filed in: gay fiction.

Fifteen year old Jack Bishop has mad skills with cars and engines, but knows he ll never get a driver s license because of his epilepsy Agreeing to participate in an experimental clinical trial to find new treatments for his disease, he finds himself in a completely different body that of a girl hi


23 October 2019 | By Mark Merlis | Filed in: gay fiction.

Jonathan Ascher, an acclaimed 1960s radical writer and cultural hero, has been dead for thirty years When a would be biographer approaches Ascher s widow Martha, she delves for the first time into her husband s papers and all the secrets that come tumbling out of them She finds journal

The Disappearance Boy

23 October 2019 | By Neil Bartlett | Filed in: gay fiction.

A man A woman A disappearance boy This is the story of Reggie, an illusionist s assistant, and the performances that come to define him Reggie Rainbow got his name at the orphanage He had polio as a child, and seventeen years of using crutches have given him strong hands and nimble fingers It

Immaculate Blue

23 October 2019 | By Paul Russell | Filed in: gay fiction.

From the award winning author of The Unreal Life of Sergey Nabokov comes the brilliantly conceived and precisely rendered novel Immaculate Blue, which explores the lives of four people Anatole, Leigh, Chris, and Lydia and their intermingled and unwinding desires Set in upstate New York, the nov

After the Blue Hour

23 October 2019 | By John Rechy | Filed in: gay fiction.

John Rechy s first novel, City of Night, an international bestseller, is considered a modern classic Subsequent work asserts his place among America s most important writers The author s most daring work, After the Blue Hour is narrated by a twenty four year old writer named John Rechy Fleeing a

The Boys From Eighth and Carpenter

23 October 2019 | By Tom Mendicino | Filed in: gay fiction.

S Gagliano Son has been a barber shop fixture in South Philly for decades Frankie and Michael Gagliano s Italian immigrant father Luigi to his customers, Papa to his sons presides over the store, enlisting his children as soon as they re big enough to wield a broom On their mother s deathbed, e