Sean Meriwether

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Sean Meriwether has published over fifty short stories in various venues including Best Gay Love Stories and Lodestar Quarterly. His collection of short fiction, The Silent Hustler , was released by Lethe Press (2009). He is currently writing for The Green Economist , a journal focused on Climate Change and Sustainable Development.

The most frightening theme in Jeff Goodell’s tour of coastal cities is not the rising oceans but the maddening certainty of many residents living in these threatened areas that someday someone else will fix the problem… if there is a problem. This blind hope is especially pronounced in Republican-dominated U.S. cities where politicians and waterfront real estate developers claim that climate ch...

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The Silent Hustler

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So Fey: Queer Fairy Fiction

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Best Gay Love Stories

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The Silent Huslter (Gay & Lesbian)
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Description: This short story was originally published on Lodestar Quarterly
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The fascinating thing about this text is that it reads like the source material for numerous male orphan heroes, including Harry Potter, Luke Skywalker and Superman. A child fated for greatness who, with little to no training, rises on inborn skills ...more
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The Little Book of Pandemics by Peter Moore
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