Comicality's Shack Out Back The Shack Out Back tells stories of teen romance, angst, confusion, and the occasional heartbreak. Tales of love that you will hopefully enjoy and take to heart. Over 50 different stories and series are waiting for you! Stop on in!
With a degree in Fine Arts, and a long professional career in design, AC brings unflinching attention to detail to his writings and poetry. He strives for emotional realness in all circumstances, and excels at structure and dialogue. A love of history, philosophy, and the humanities informs his work, while having honed his craft from his adolescence has allowed him to delve into the workings of the human heart. He also has a wicked sense of humor.
BW’s stories present adolescent to college age young men dealing with issues and situations that confront the gay community. These stories often contain explicit sexual scenes, but the content of the various selections is about far more than the isolated sexual escapades. I hope you sit back and enjoy the fictional tales being offered here.
Sasha writes romantic fiction for men who love men, and everyone else who likes that too. Mixing the beautifully mundane with the outlandish and fantastical, Sasha generally just wants everyone to end up happy and in love, and sometimes the characters play along too. There is often, but not always, a fairly healthy amount of sex involved.
While most of Graeme's stories are drama or romance, amongst his many tales you can find a little bit of everything, including comedy and science fiction. Often these come in a different point of view: from the father or brother of a gay son, the mother of a suicide, through the guy who learns his friend is gay. The narrator can also range from a character who may or may not be insane to an alien observing a human relationship, so he has something for everyone!
Lugh writes fiction (both long and short) and poetry. Some is good, some is better, some is "Most Excellent Charley!" Among these pages you will find some gems: a few are polished, a few are still diamonds in the rough, a few might be lumps of coal. Lugh does not write any one genre, although he does tend to gyrate more to the speculative fiction realm with a focus on young adult characters.
Cia's writing involves stories with budding relationships. She doesn't allow herself to be boxed into one genre, instead her stories can be spread out through multiple categories, including: Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Modern, and even mixes of those and more. The common thread that binds them all is the realization that you never know what is going to happen next.
Altimexis' stories typically deal with high school, coming out and falling in love. "Naptown Tales" is a series of stories centered in a conservative Midwestern American city. "Love in a Chair" is the first in a series dealing with gay youth with disabilities. "A Fish Out of Water" deals with two Jewish boys, one Hasidic, and their forbidden love. And there are more stories in the works.
If you want something a bit different then you are sure to find it here. From vampires to bondage, to rock stars with issues and a whole host of characters who jump off the page to grab you by the throat and draw you in. This is Nephy's private world where an unique mind and vivid perspective is let loose to produce stories of gay and straight love, loss and laughter set in a variety of, sometimes highly unusual situations and locations.
Thorn Wilde has been writing LGBT fiction for well over a decade and has posted to GA since April 2013. Among Thorn’s works you will find an eclectic collection of short stories and novels of a variety of genres, including young adult fiction, fan fiction, comedy, drama and the occasional ghost story. Thorn won the 2013 Reader’s Choice Award for Best Story by a New Author for Nemesis.
My stories are born from my deepest emotions, bubbling to the surface when they demand to be released. The subjects I pursue are as varied as my interests, and I love to explore different genres. Some of my work is dark, some of it is light-hearted, but I never write the same story twice.