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The table of contents to this book features fresh ideas, old hands, burly faces, genderqueer souls, shades of skin and hair as much as it does timber of voice, both actual and authorial. Best Gay Stories 2015 starts and ends with a kiss--between pressed lips are stories about our lives, our daydreams we want to leave our lives for, our oubliettes of our own making that def ...more
Paperback, 218 pages
Published June 3rd 2015 by Lethe Press
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I enjoyed reading all 17 short stories, essays and/or articles in Best Gay Stories 2015 ed. by Steve Berman.

It has been said that life is "nothing more than an accumulation of moments or events," some pivotal in a lifetime while others just occur with no real beginning or end. I am always searching for short pieces capturing those unique or pivotal moments in a character's (or a real person's) life, and for authors with the talent to write in the spare, well-constructed, elegant prose necessary
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Over the years, the way gay lives have changed has been much quicker than expected and many have taken the bad with the good. What Steve has tried to say is that new problems have developed as our identity has changed, body dysmorphia affects far more people than anyone could have thought and the tools for getting a potential partner such as Grindr can help or hinder depending on who uses them.

Steve has collected several of what he considers to be the best stories that cover the various problems
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