Guest appearance — Jackson Cordd

Posted by March 29th, 2014 5 Comments

It’s a pleasure to have Jackson Cordd here today, a very interesting author I’ve just met recently. His most recent novel, Shamrock Green, is due for release from Dreamspinner Press on April 2nd. Welcome, Jackson! Thank you Lloyd for your interest in my latest novel, Shamrock Green, and for inviting me to talk a bit […]


Painting the Equinox

Posted by March 21st, 2014 No Comments

At the Equinox, just for a day, the world is united in a way that has nothing to do with human agendas or ideology, nothing to do with environment or climate, nothing to do even with season of the year: there is the same amount of light and darkness everywhere. It’s a kind of creative […]


An interesting reminder today

Posted by March 10th, 2014 No Comments

On this date Germany’s Paragraph 175 was finally revoked. Originally adopted in 1871, Paragraph 175 was a provision of the German Criminal Code that made homosexual acts between males a crime. The statute was amended several times. The Nazis broadened the law in 1935 and increased ยง175 StGB prosecutions by an order of magnitude; thousands […]


October is Gay History Month

Posted by October 18th, 2013 No Comments

Wilde City Press is celebrating Gay History Month with authors offering a series of posts. Here’s mine… I celebrated enthusiastically with the rest of those who love equality when veteran basketball player Jason Collins came out in April of this year. It was a brave thing to do, even if Collins was in the twilight […]


Another milestone…

Posted by October 13th, 2013 3 Comments

Late last week I submitted my latest novel, The Companion, to Toby Johnson at Lethe Press. He’d said earlier this year that he wanted to see the full when it was ready, so off it went. I can attend GayRomLit in Atlanta next week with my desk clear (figuratively speaking only!) Jim Frey, whose workshops […]


I’m a guest at Joyfully Jay

Posted by September 26th, 2013 No Comments

In preparation for my attendance at GayRomLit in Atlanta next month, I’m a guest blogger at Joyfully Jay, talking about fantasy and its essential roots in the familiar. Oh, and am giving away a copy of Enigma… I hope you’ll check out what I have to say. “I Love Fantasy”


Cover Art for Enigma

Posted by August 15th, 2013 1 Comment

I love the cover for Enigma — hope you do, too! The folks at Wilde City were easy to work with, and did a great job. If you’re interested in a taste of what the story is like, you can read an excerpt here.            


Update on Enigma

Posted by August 7th, 2013 No Comments

Just got word from Wilde City Press that Enigma, my long-ish short story (or short novella, if you prefer) is scheduled for release on August 28th. That’s sooner than I’d expected, and I’m thrilled! Enigma represents my entry into the PI Mystery genre, and I have several story ideas for Russ Morgan, my psychic, sober, […]


Help Wilde City Press Celebrate!

Posted by July 3rd, 2013 No Comments

To celebrate a contract for my short story Enigma with Wilde City Press, I’m part of a promotion that shares favorite summer memories and traditions of several authors. Check out what might appeal to you! Help Wilde City Press celebrate the start of summer and July 4th. Enjoy 25% of your entire cart from Wednesday […]


On Conflict

Posted by June 29th, 2013 7 Comments

Hi, folks. Joe Stalwart here. I’m a PI, a well-motivated character who overcomes obstacles in pursuit of a goal. My old buddy Lloyd Meeker asked me to come by and talk about writing conflict because he’s sulking and doesn’t want to deal with it. Nah, that’s not really fair. The truth is he doesn’t mind […]