Short Stories 366:282 — “Seb and Duncan and the Sirens,” by Alex Jeffers

You've often heard me rail and gnash my teeth around how poorly gay-for-you/out-for-you is done in romance, and how when it's done well, it can be handled so well, with interior thoughts that admit to leanings (however slight) in a pan-, bi-, or demisexual way. Well, it turns out this freaking disturbing story from Alex … Continue reading Short Stories 366:282 — “Seb and Duncan and the Sirens,” by Alex Jeffers

Short Stories 366:225 — “Michael in the Library,” by Alex Jeffers

The thing about Alex Jeffers's Not Here. Not Now. is how incredibly well it shows off his ability to evoke other times and places (and yes, I get most would infer such from the title right there, but listen, sometimes I'm slow to twig to things, okay?). "Michael in the Library" dives all the way … Continue reading Short Stories 366:225 — “Michael in the Library,” by Alex Jeffers

#PrideReads Day One – A Queer Novel I’d Like to See Written

Edit: I'm dropping out of this theme for the month. The short reason is this: It's hurting and excluding people I wanted to include in the first place, and that's not okay. I thought I could patch-job. I can't. The longer reason is: The original idea happened super-quickly. It jumped from brainstorming to being posted without any … Continue reading #PrideReads Day One – A Queer Novel I’d Like to See Written