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Merry Happy Christmas Holidays!

From my family to you and yours… We wish you a Merry Christmas, or a Happy Hannukah, or a Happy Kwanzaa, or a Terrific Festivus, or whatever it is you like to celebrate at this time of you. In my … Continue reading

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First review for HONESTLY BEN!

Here it is, the very first review for HONESTLY BEN, the forthcoming companion to OPENLY STRAIGHT! The book will come out in March of 2017. And maybe, if you’re nice, just maybe, there may be a bit of a surprise … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Senators McCain, Flake

I have not written a blog entry since Donald Trump won the election last week. That’s not exactly true. I’ve written a couple times, but haven’t pressed send. I simply don’t seem to know exactly what to say. But then … Continue reading

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“Put the bottle between your legs…”

Our visit to a Scottsdale restaurant that has delicious food and attracts a pretty old, conservative crowd started awfully, but ended beautifully on Saturday night. Walking in to the restaurant (I won’t name it because I don’t now if the … Continue reading

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A Moderate Plea to Undecideds

It’s political season, and I was hoping to get through without a single political blog post, but that isn’t going to happen. I’ve decided to write this because I think this is perhaps the single most important election of my … Continue reading

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The Radical Moderate

There was a time when I considered myself a radical. It was late high school, early college. An incurable disease was destroying a generation of gay men, and ACT UP had just formed in New York. I was young, but … Continue reading

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Let Me Help You Write a Novel!

Do you have a Young Adult novel that you’re dying to write? I can help you with that! So can instructors Tom Leveen, Barry Lyga, Amy Nichols, and Beth Staples. So can mentors Elana K. Arnold, Jim Blasingame, Martha Brockenbrough, … Continue reading

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