Soon in print, Wayne Hoffman’s novels: Hard, An Older Man

The Bear Bones Books imprint of Lethe Press is pleased to announce the forthcoming release of two books written by Wayne Hoffman.

Hard, a novel by Wayne Hoffman

Hard“Smart, fast-paced, raunchy and funny, a sexy comic strip of a novel about the way gay men live now.”

— Christopher Bram, author of Gods and Monsters

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“A breath of fresh air in gay male fiction.”  — Lambda Book Report

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“Sexual politics—both public and private—play out against the cityscape of mid-1990s Manhattan in Hoffman’s absorbing year-in-the-life of a group of gay men…The larger issues of sexual rights and AIDS add depth to their voices, making this sexually explicit debut novel an intriguing exploration of politics and psyche.”

— Publishers Weekly

In the late 1990s, Moe Pearlman finds his sex life under attack. A conservative mayor is closing down bathhouses, sex clubs, and adult theaters—with the secret cooperation of Frank DeSoto, publisher of the only gay newspaper in town. As the crackdown escalates, the tensions between Moe and Frank boil over into a full-scale battle—and, eventually, a personal tug-of-war—between two people with opposing ideas of what it means to be a gay man in the age of AIDS.

When Moe isn’t organizing safe-sex parties, posing for bear porn, or entertaining buddies he meets online, he’s looking for romance with the daddy of his dreams—a man named Max Milano who might not be looking for the same thing. And Frank, after a decade-long drought, is enjoying a sexual rebirth as his 50th birthday approaches, but he’s not sure if he can find a partner without having to pay for it. Added to this mix is Moe’s best friend Aaron Chiles, who’s having trouble accepting his new boyfriend’s job as a go-go boy and hustler. Meanwhile, Gene Macintosh, Moe’s HIV-positive ex-lover, is delighted to find that his viral load is undetectable, but his obsessive partner still treats him like a health risk.

From backrooms to newsrooms, the Meatrack to City Hall, Hard offers a no-holds-barred look at gay life in New York, where sex is a matter of life or death, and politics make the strangest bedfellows.

 

An Older Man, a novella by Wayne Hoffman

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Moe Pearlman—once the 20-something protagonist of Hard—is now over 40, overweight, and going gray. For someone used to being the adorable younger guy chasing after older men, that’s not particularly easy. But Moe’s whole conception of himself is challenged when he spends Bear Week in Provincetown, an event that brings thousands of mature gay and bi men to the tip of Cape Cod the week after Independence Day to revel and relax.

Still singular in his focus and sexual appetites, Moe hopes he’ll find a hot older guy and have an intense summer fling. Joining him on vacation is Moe’s ex-lover Gene and Gene’s new boyfriend Carlos, so Moe has no reason to feel lonely, but when the older objects of Moe’s affection start looking right past him in favor of younger rivals, Moe is shaken to the core.

Advance praise for An Older Man:

“As much a touching examination of aging and loneliness as it is a witty tale of sexual shenanigans during Provincetown’s Bear Week, Wayne Hoffman’s new novella, An Older Man, is a real delight. I enjoyed it immensely.”

—Jeff Mann, author of Cub and Salvation

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An Older Man is a bear-hug of a book that is equal parts burly bouquet of bear culture, a love letter to Provincetown, and a sexy story about our hirsute hero Moe’s quest to find ‘the one.’”

— Gregg Shapiro, author of Lincoln Avenue

 

 

Hard headshotWayne Hoffman’s acclaimed debut novel, Hard, and its sequel, An Older Man, are published by Bear Bones Books. Another of Wayne’s novels, Sweet Like Sugar, won the Stonewall Book Award. The author lives in New York City and the Catskills.

Author photograph by Frank Mullaney

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Hard
Hard, a novel by Wayne Hoffman

Bear Bones Books / Lethe Press • April 20, 2015 • Categories: Novels, Gay Fiction

ISBN-10: 1-59021-290-4 • ISBN-13: 978-1-59021-290-5

XXX pp., 5.5 x 8.5 inches • Paperback: $18.00 • eBook: $X.99

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AOMAn Older Man, a novella by Wayne Hoffman

Bear Bones Books / Lethe Press • June 1, 2015 • Categories: Novels, Gay Fiction

ISBN-10: 1-59021-291-6 • ISBN-13: 978-1-59021-291-2

XXX pp., 5.5 x 8.5 inches • Paperback: $15.00 • eBook: $X.99

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Salvation, Bears of Winter named Lammy Finalists

Salvation and The Bears of Winter named Lambda Literary Award Finalists

March 4, 2015 — The prestigious Lambda Literary Awards honored two Bear Bones Books titles by naming them Finalists in their 27th annual literary competition.Lammyfinalist

  • Salvation, a novel by Jeff Mann — Gay Romance
    The Bears of Winter, front cover

    The Bears of Winter, front cover

    Salvation by Jeff Mann, front cover

    Salvation by Jeff Mann, front cover

  • The Bears of Winter, an anthology edited by Jerry L. Wheeler — Gay Erotica

BBB raises its paws in salute to these two books, their authors, editors, and contributors.

The awards will be announced June 1st in a gala ceremony in New York City.

Read the Lambda Literary Awards announcement here.

Stealing Arthur featured in Instinct Magazine interview

Joel Perry and his new novel from Bear Bones Books, Stealing Arthur, are featured in a typically hilarious interview in the February 2015 issue of Instinct magazine.

“Joel Perry Knows Exactly Where to Stick That Little Gold Naked Man” by Jonathan Riggs StealingArthur_Instinct

Correction: Ron Suresha is cofounder, acquisitions editor, and chief chaiwallah of Bear Bones Books. The publisher of the Bear Bones Books imprint of Lethe Press is Steve Berman.

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Now in print: Stealing Arthur, a novel by Joel Perry

Now in print from Bear Bones Books:

Stealing Arthur, a novel by Joel Perry

The Bear Bones Books imprint of Lethe Press is pleased to announce the release of Stealing Arthur, a novel by Joel Perry.

Stealing Arthur,  a novel by Joel Perry

Stealing Arthur, a novel by Joel Perry

“Joel Perry’s new book, Stealing Arthur, is a hilarious page-turner that I just could not put down! His work is one of the best-kept secrets in Hollywood. With this book, I predict that his name will be on everyone’s lips. Read it now!” — actor & comedian Jason Stuart

Based on an actual event, 55 of Hollywood’s highest awards — the Arthurs — have been stolen, setting in motion the kind of crazy only turn-of-the-millennium L.A. can provide. Intrigue, murder, comedy, sex, romance, celebrity dish, and ultimately redemption play out for characters from Skid Row to Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, including all the desperate wannabes in between. In a town where people would happily kill anyone for a part, what would they do for a gilded Arthur statuette?

Joel Perry

Joel Perry

Joel Perry is the author of Funny That Way; That’s Why They’re in Cages, People!; Going Down: The Instinct Guide to Oral Sex; and The Q Guide to Oscar Parties and Other Award Shows. He grew up hairy, heavy, and homo in North Carolina. He has been an actor, writer, comedian, producer, and spiritual director. After 28 years in Los Angeles, Joel has returned to his hometown of Wilmington, N.C., where he lives with his husband and two cats that are so adorably cute you just want to vomit.

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Stealing Arthur, a novel by Joel Perry

Bear Bones Books / Lethe Press   •   January 5, 2015   •   Categories: Novels, Gay Fiction

ISBN-10: 1-59021-586-9 •  ISBN-13: 978-1-59021-586-9

380 pp., 5.5 x 8.5 inches   •   Paperback: $20.00   •   eBook: $6.99

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Hibernation, Cub win Rainbow Book Awards

BBB titles win Rainbow Book Awards

RBAWinnerThe anthology Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards, edited by Ron J. Suresha, received a top Rainbow Book Award in both the LGBT Poetry and Bisexual Literature categories.

Hibernation, front cover

Hibernation, front cover

1. Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards, an anthology by Ron J. Suresha
Paperback: 218 pages
Publisher: Bear Bones Books (June 1, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1590212592
ISBN-13: 978-1590212592
Amazon: Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards
Amazon Kindle: Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards

Judges’ comments:

This work, this anthology is a gem. Full of unexpected surprises and delightful sallies into wholly foreign realms. A delight, a bucolic frolic, an earnest journey, a vigorous climb up the mountain of our own understanding, and a foggy glimpse into the glade of our own souls where bears in all their myriad forms dance beneath the stars. By turns funny and poignant, wry and crass, it’s a pocketful of honey drizzled goodness. None of the poems in and of themselves is perfect, for all poems are only ever abandoned in despair of their achieving the greatness we first saw in a flash of inspiration…yet the sum of their individual flaws is, in a word, perfection.”

Love, love, love this. So many authors, so many emotions, in fact, if I may, I’ll call this a rainbow of emotions. From the sublime to the thought provoking; from innocent to ‘don’t tell anyone you’re reading this book.’ It’s all there, and I was left wanting more only because of the quality of the writing. In my years as a Rainbow Award judge, I have never given a perfect score, until now.

Poetry is difficult to judge but each piece was beautifully written.

This book did what Poetry was supposed to do, elicit emotion. I laughed, paused, thought, and teared up a few times. Well done.

BRILLIANT! Lush and evocative, it gave me an excellent peep into a rich, diverse culture and made a Bear Admirer out of me! I especially enjoyed the poems by Jack Fritscher and Gavin Geoffrey Dillard.

Poetry written with the flair of genius.

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Cub, a novel by Jeff Mann, front cover

Cub, a novel by Jeff Mann, front cover

Jeff Mann’s excellent novel of young hirsute love, Cub, was also honored by the Rainbow Book Awards this year in the Best Gay Book category.

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Call for submissions: The Biggest Lover

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The Biggest Lover, front cover. Photograph by Rikard Olsson

The Biggest Lover

Big-Boned Men’s Erotica for Chubs and Chasers

R. Jackson, editor

Bear Bones Books / Lethe Press

Ever since Girth & Mirth, the USA urban gay and bisexual social clubs founded in the 1970s for large men and their admirers, chub culture has always been part of bear community. But why do we associate bigness with masculinity? Strength, comfort, softness, abundance, identity?

Why have some of us forever admired, celebrated, and fetishized big men, while modern fashion and other social forces have long stigmatized, even demonized, fatness?

We’re looking for memorable stories of big love, romance, and community, especially ones that express diversity in characters, in any genre from 3,500 to 6,500 words long. Settings may be contemporary, historical, or mythical.

To learn the particular type of short fiction we seek, please familiarize yourself with the BBB’s Hot & Hairy Series: search for “Bear Bones Books” on Amazon and use their free Look Inside the Book function to read a few stories. Better yet, buy a book and read it.

Payment per word for original work: 2 cents ($0.02 USD), payable upon publication; one contributor copy. Reprints/excerpts accepted at half the original rate: please include complete prior publication information.

New deadlines for submissions

  • First story drafts due            June 1, 2014
  • Final story drafts due            July 1, 2015

Send synopsis or story submissions, along with complete author contact information, and author biography <75 words, to bearsoup AT gmail Dotcom.

 

Stealing Arthur, a novel by Joel Perry: soon in print

Forthcoming January 2015 from Bear Bones Books:

Stealing Arthur, a novel by Joel Perry

The Bear Bones Books imprint of Lethe Press is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of Stealing Arthur, a novel by Joel Perry.

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Stealing Arthur, front cover

Based on an actual event, 55 of Hollywood’s highest awards — the Arthurs — have been stolen, setting in motion the kind of crazy only turn-of-the-millennium L.A. can provide. Intrigue, murder, comedy, sex, romance, celebrity dish, and ultimately redemption play out for characters from Skid Row to Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, including all the desperate wannabes in between. In a town where people would happily kill anyone for a part, what would they do for a gilded Arthur statuette?

“Joel Perry’s new book, Chasing Arthur, is a hilarious page-turner that I just could not put down! His work is one of the best-kept secrets in Hollywood. With this book, I predict that his name will be on everyone’s lips. Read it now!” — actor & comedian Jason Stuart

Joel Perry is the author of Funny That Way; That’s Why They’re in Cages, People!; Going Down: The Instinct Guide to Oral Sex; and The Q Guide to Oscar Parties and Other Award Shows. He grew up hairy, heavy, and homo in North Carolina. He has been an actor, writer, comedian, producer, and spiritual director. After 28 years in Los Angeles, Joel has returned to his hometown of Wilmington, N.C., where he lives with his husband and two cats that are so adorably cute you just want to vomit.

THE BEARS OF WINTER — new audiobook giveaway!

Grrreetings, BBB friends!

The Bears of Winter, front cover

The Bears of Winter, front cover

To celebrate the release in paper, digital, and audio formats of the new Bear Bones Books anthology in the Hot & Hairy Series: THE BEARS OF WINTER, edited by Jerry L. Wheeler, we’re giving away 5 complimentary Audible.com copies of the new Audiobook of THE BEARS OF WINTER, read by Roy Wells:

~   Go to this page on Audible.com: http://www.amazon.com/The-Bears-of-Winter/dp/B00O8221DK
~    Add the audiobook to your cart.
~    Create a new Audible.com account or log in.
~    Enter the promo code and click “Redeem” on the cart page.
~    To change the price from full price to $0.00, click the box next to “1 Credit” and click the “update” button to apply the credit to your purchase.
~    Complete checkout, and start listening to the free copy of the book.

This offer and these codes are exclusive to BearBonesBooks.com. Here are your 5 FREE download codes for The Bears of Winter:

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If one is taken, just enter the next code on the list. Enjoy listening to your FREE audiobook of THE BEARS OF WINTER!

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Bear Bones Books given Rainbow honors

Bear Bones Books / Lethe Press books honored by Rainbow Book AwardsRainbowAwards

Two Bear Bones Books titles – Jeff Mann’s Y/A novel, Cub, and Ron Suresha’s poetry anthology, Hibernation – and two Lethe Press books have been given Honorable Mentions in this year’s Rainbow Books Awards.

… an honorable mention means a judge gave a rate of 36 or above out of 40 to the book; an honorable mention doesn’t mean the book is automatically among the finalists, could be could be not, but it’s important to understand there are more than 500 books in the literary contests, all books are in the process of being read by the jury, but only half of them will go to finals.

Congratulations to all the authors!

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CUBA Cub audiobkGay Contemporary Romance
Cub by Jeff Mann

Publisher: Bear Bones Books
Amazon: Cub
Amazon Kindle: Cub

“Kind of a primer on learning to be okay with your queerness, in whatever form it takes. Crisp writing, strong sense of place, enjoyed its focus on less commonly depicted aspects of queerness.”

“I loved everything about this story: the rich portrait of main and supporting characters, the rural setting, the not so typical story and the fact that the author thought about gay teens different from slim twinks or muscled jocks. It was simply refreshing, not to mention – very well written. After all, every Bear was once a Cub.”

http://reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwidth.org/4440695.html

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Hibernation, front cover

Hibernation, front cover

Bisexual Poetry
Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards, an anthology by Ron J. Suresha

Amazon: Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards
Amazon Kindle: Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards

“This work, this anthology is a gem. Full of unexpected surprises and delightful sallies into wholly foreign realms. A delight, a bucolic frolic, an earnest journey, a vigorous climb up the mountain of our own understanding, and a foggy glimpse into the glade of our own souls where bears in all their myriad forms dance beneath the stars. By turns funny and poignant, wry and crass, it’s a pocketful of honey drizzled goodness. None of the poems in and of themselves is perfect, for all poems are only ever abandoned in despair of their achieving the greatness we first saw in a flash of inspiration…yet the sum of their individual flaws is, in a word, perfection.”

“Love, love, love this. So many authors, so many emotions, in fact, if I may, I’ll call this a rainbow of emotions. From the sublime to the thought provoking; from innocent to ‘don’t tell anyone you’re reading this book.’ It’s all there, and I was left wanting more only because of the quality of the writing. In my years as a Rainbow Award judge, I have never given a perfect score, until now.”

http://reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwidth.org/4445831.html

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In addition, two Lethe Press books were given an Honorable Mention.

Gay Anthology / Young Adult
Red Caps: New Fairy Tales for Out of the Ordinary Readers by Steve Berman

“Some writers can write “It was a clear blue sky.” Other writers can look at that same sky and carve a description out of fire and music. Steve Berman is one of those writers. The characters in the individual stories in Red Caps don’t just jump off the page; they dance. And as they dance around you, they spin their tale they pull back the curtain on a world you didn’t know existed. Quite simply reading this book is a transcendent experience. I expect great things from Mr. Berman.”

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Gay Contemporary General Fiction
The Genealogy of Understanding by Daniel M. Jaffe

“Every time I pick up a Lethe Press title, I know it will be outstanding. This book was no exception. A series of intricately connected short stories, each one a shining gem of human experience. The stories are beautifully written, imaginatively arranged, and spiritually and emotionally rich. A collection to be savored.”

Well done!

Now in Print: The Bears of Winter

The Bears of Winter, front cover

The Bears of Winter, front cover

Now in print!

Compelling tales of masculine love by an outstanding collection of authors to keep you as toasty as a bearskin rug.

The Bears of Winter

Hot & Hairy Fiction

Jerry L. Wheeler, editor

Though it may be chilly enough outside to see your breath, the sixteen fur-raising stories by an outstanding collection of authors in The Bears of Winter will keep you as toasty as a big furry guy on a bearskin rug in front of a blazing fireplace.

Bears don’t just hibernate in winter anymore. All year long you’ll find them in caves, surrounded by their smartphones, big-screen plasma TVs, and the latest in technology. Even so, they venture out in the cold and ice for food, fun, and romance, and the stories in this collection range far afield for their entertainment. And yours.

There are vampire bears, adventure bears, ice-harvesting bears, and Santa daddybears. Some are cute and cuddly, some will break your heart, and some will raise more than your spirits. But they’re all sexy, and they’re all between these covers. So come into our den and stay until Spring. Or longer.

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The Bear Bones Books imprint of Lethe Press proudly announces its 23rd title, The Bears of Winter, an anthology of Hot & Hairy Fiction edited by Jerry L. Wheeler with seventeen fur-raising stories by an outstanding collection of authors.

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[Adapted from the Introduction by Jerry L. Wheeler]

I like winter. I always have. Summer is too damn hot. Spring would be fine if I didn’t have allergies. Fall is a lovely time of renewal and beginnings for me personally, but winter is my favorite season. Especially as it relates to bears.

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Bears are not all about the buffet line (though it is important), and they come in all shapes, sizes, and colors with a palette of experiences as varied as any group of men.

Some of the bears in these pages are your basic bears: rough, gruff, hairy, and wonderful. They might happen to be vampires (Jeff Mann’s “Snow on Scrabble Creek”), furniture makers (Max Vos’s “Mountain Bear”), or ice harvesters (Dale Chase’s “Truckee”), but the basic bear attributes are there.

Other bears lurk between these covers as well. An old high school friend becomes a new prospect for the bear in ‘Nathan Burgoine’s “The Psychometry of Snow,” an experienced bear-hunter teaches a cub how to win a mate in R.W. Clinger’s nicely smart-assed “Warning: Don’t Feed the Bear,” Jeffrey Ricker puts a bear in space in “Snowblind,” and Xavier Axelson looks at ghost bears at the penitentiary in “Sleeping Bear.” Looking for bear adventure? Well, look no farther than Jay Neal’s sleeping bag saga, “Miles, of the Antarctic,” Hank Edwards’s futuristic “Thaw,” or the bear on the other end of a hot balloon ride in Philip Williams’s “World of Men,” not to mention the masked bear on the city bus in Nathan Sims’s “The Balaclava.”

Bear relationships? We have those covered as well, from the tentative courtship in Roscoe James’s “Feast of January,” to the aftermath of a breakup in Lewis DeSimone’s “The Bear in Winter,” to the truly devastated protagonist of Charlie Hopwood’s “Cold Comfort.”

And what would any book about bears and winter be without at least a couple of winking glances toward the holidays? Santa gets kidnapped in Frank Muse’s “Little Suzie,” and replaces Mrs. Claus with someone who makes more than a mean cup of hot chocolate in Daniel M. Jaffe’s “Romancing the Pole.”

So pull up a chair, light the fire, grab a mug of your favorite cold-weather drink and settle in for some marvelous beartales. Don’t forget the snacks: some little cheese nibblies, maybe some pretzels or pizza rolls or some of that roast beef left over from dinner or you could call out for some egg rolls or those little crab creamcheese thingies. A dish of nuts, some mini-candy bars, those apple tarts you brought home from the holiday office party, a candy cane or two. You know. Just a nosh.

But don’t forget to wipe your fingers before you turn the page.

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Contents:

Introduction: Why Winter?

Warning: Don’t Feed the Bear by R.W. Clinger

Snow on Scrabble Creek by Jeff Mann

The Psychometry of Snow by ‘Nathan Burgoine

Little Suzie by Frank Muse

Snowblind by Jeffrey Ricker

Mountain Bear by Max Vos

Miles, of the Antarctic by Jay Neal

Sleeping Bear by Xavier Axelson

Feast of January by Roscoe Hudson

Romancing the Pole by Daniel M. Jaffe

Truckee by Dale Chase

The Bear in Winter by Lewis DeSimone

Thaw by Hank Edwards

World of Men by Philip Williams

Cold Comfort by Charles Hopwood

The Balaclava by Nathan Sims

Jerry L. Wheeler

Jerry L. Wheeler

About the Editor

Editor of the Lambda Literary Award finalist, Tented: Gay Erotic Tales from Under the Big Top (Lethe Press 2010), as well as Riding the Rails: Locomotive Lust and Carnal Cabooses, The Dirty Diner: Gay Erotica on the Menu, and Tricks of the Trade: Magical Gay Erotica for Bold Strokes Books, Jerry L. Wheeler’s first collection of short fiction, Strawberries and Other Erotic Fruits was released by Lethe Press in March 2012 and was a Lambda Literary Award finalist in 2013. His first novel, The Dead Book, is forthcoming from Lethe Press in 2015. Be sure to catch his book reviews on the web at Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews. If you’re in the market for his professional editing services, please check out Write and Shine.

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The Bears of Winter

Hot & Hairy Fiction

edited by Jerry L. Wheeler

Bear Bones Books / Lethe Press • November 1, 2013

Categories: Anthologies, Gay/Bi Men’s Erotica

Bear Bones Books / Lethe Press ~ November 2014   ~ 226 pp., 6 x 9 inches

Categories: Gay/Bi Men’s Fiction, M/M Romance, Anthologies

ISBN-10: 1-59021-269-1   ~   ISBN-13: 978-1-59021-269-X   ~   eISBN: 978-1-59021-488-6

Softcover: $20.00   ~   ebook: $9.99

268 pp., 6 x 9 inches • Paperback: $20.00 • eBook: $9.99
Distributed by: Baker & Taylor, Ingram, Smashwords. Also available in Kindle and all other electronic-book formats. Soon to be an audiobook on Audible.com.

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