‘Nathan Burgoine interviews authors from The Biggest Lover

‘Nathan Burgoine interviews authors from The Biggest Lover

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'Nathan Burgoine‘Nathan Burgoine is a brilliant Canadian author and a frequent Bear Bones Books anthology contributor. He’s written for Tales from the Den and The Bears of Winter and has participated in several public readings of BBB titles. His story A Slice of Pi closes the new chuberotica anthology from BBB, The Biggest Lover.

‘Nathan has taken it upon himself to interview several contributors in this hot new book and publish them on his website/blog at: https://apostrophen.wordpress.com/

You can catch ‘Nathan’s author page at Goodreads here:

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3378120.Nathan_Burgoine

Jay Neal

Sunday Shorts – “The Biggest Lover” Q&A with Jay Neal

Jay Neal

“I decided early on that I wanted to tell a love story about a big guy longing to be dominated, and his surprise when he discovered it could happen with a man much smaller than he is; the thought never crossed his mind.”

Hank Edwards

Sunday Shorts – “The Biggest Lover” Q&A with Hank Edwards

“I’m a fan of bears, and many of the characters in my stories are hairy, so that part of the story was a fun and comfortable fit. I tend to write longer fiction, so the word count limit was really the biggest challenge for me. I had to balance characterization, dialogue, plot, and, of course, the sex.”

Hank Edwards

Ben Bauchlein

Sunday Shorts – “The Biggest Lover” Q&A with Ben Bauchlein

“As for the anthology, it’s really rewarding to be a part of it. I was in my mid-20’s before I knew the bear community even existed, and it was a few years after that before I met a guy who was an out-and-proud chaser, so to see this in print, to see so many stories and so many perspectives all together like this? It’s pretty amazing.”

Ben Bauchlein

 

 

 

 

 

William Holden

Sunday Shorts – “The Biggest Lover” Q&A with William Holden

William Holden

“One night while sitting by the river in New Orleans with my best friend Dale Chase we hatched both our stories. During one of our moments of utter silliness I mentioned the phrase, Moby Dick, and it was a light bulb going off over both our heads.”

 

Ron Suresha / R. Jackson

Sunday Shorts – “The Biggest Lover” Q&A with R. Jackson

“I expect every story that is submitted to be a welcome surprise in some manner. It should do something different, even if it doesn’t necessarily succeed, something more than A meets B and they meet C and then they all do XYZ. A good erotic story should grab me by the balls and not let go.”

RJackson4 wide copy

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