Best Gay Love Stories 2005

by Nick Street | Gay & Lesbian |
ISBN: 1555838812 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingKateKintailwing of Burke, Virginia USA on 7/16/2017
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Journal Entry 1 by wingKateKintailwing from Burke, Virginia USA on Sunday, July 16, 2017
Picked this up at the Book Thing of Baltimore, MD. Turns out, I already have a copy of this book and don't need two. So out this copy goes into the world to find a reader who doesn't already have it!

Journal Entry 2 by wingKateKintailwing at -- Bookbox, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- USA on Sunday, July 16, 2017

Released 1 yr ago (7/16/2017 UTC) at -- Bookbox, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- USA

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Adding to emmejo's LGBTQ+ Bookbox. Hope it finds a new reader who will enjoy it!

Journal Entry 3 by wingGoryDetailswing at Nashua, New Hampshire USA on Monday, July 24, 2017
I'm claiming this from the bookbox.

Later: Lots of enjoyable stories here, some quite sad, others heartwarming. (The editor's introduction may explain his personal bias in this selection!) Among my favorites:

J. A. Deveaux' "Passing", in which a young man playing a Frisbee game with friends in a graveyard meets a solemn stranger who disapproves; they strike up a friendship, but things take a poignant turn.

Gavin Austen's "Tokens to Tomorrow," with a grieving man meeting an unexpected matchmaker.

Scott D. Pomfret's "Magi," which opens with a Unitarian-Universalist take on a non-sectarian creche (!) and segues into a relationship-of-sorts.

Rhysenn S.' "The Law of Love" actually presents two men who meet in the course of prosecuting a legal claim, not the most romantic setting, yet the story works very well.

For a change of pace, there's Schuyler Bishop's "Rearview Mirror," a modern spin on the tale of Narcissus.

On the humorous side, Lawrence Schimel's "Märchen to a Different Beat" takes the Hansel and Gretel story into new and fabulous territory.

"A Man's Man" by Steve Atwood is set in a senior citizens' home, and presents a charming friendship between an unlikely pair.

Released 10 mos ago (1/9/2018 UTC) at Little Free Library (UBCZ), 14 Epping Rd in Exeter, New Hampshire USA

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*** Released for the 2018 Keep Them Moving release challenge. ***

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