Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender

Paradormancy

Paradormancy

| November 30, 2018

We are not breeders. We are chosen to lead. Now fifteen, we are free from the burden of raising our own children. Born after the war, all of our energy was to be spent building a new and better world. But what if I was attracted to a girl? How would that threaten my future […]

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A Murder of Crows

A Murder of Crows

| November 11, 2018

A dead father. A missing Spirit. An ancient manor with way too many locked doors. Abigail Crowe is willing to accept that no amount of illegal magic will be able to bring her father back from the dead. She’s willing to appear proper at the funeral (or at least try). She’s even willing to put […]

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Marjorie Diaz’s Unfortunate Introduction to Magical High Society

Marjorie Diaz’s Unfortunate Introduction to Magical High Society

| October 27, 2018

Girl meets boy. Girl falls in love with the boy. Boy hunts girl for sport. Marjorie Diaz has no idea who this guy, Patrick Watkins, is. When he saunters into her senior seminar class during her last semester of college, the last thing she expected was to fall in love with him. She’s swept up […]

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The Gospel According To El Jefe

The Gospel According To El Jefe

| October 25, 2018

Congratulations young lad, you have made it to high school. This is the most crucial point in your life where you begin to learn about different people, cultures, and philosophies and maybe make new friends, learn a new subject, or become extremely popular among your peers. It all sounds awesome, doesn’t it? But there’s just […]

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What Is Me?

What Is Me?

| October 2, 2018

What Is Me?” Is an allegorical work of modern day philosophy (circa 2018) set in the form of a children’s picture book. Much of what is deemed the utmost importance in our society is far gone from the necessities of survival, and questions posed by internal strife in search of their “What” is their place […]

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Render

Render

| September 27, 2018

Poems of Manifestation The diamond firebird—ashes he stirs. Hear me keening for understanding,my love? Wait, not yet, while I paintanother sequined scrim of myself.

Feral Animals

Feral Animals

| August 23, 2018

The author of the Amazon bestselling LGBT poetry collection ‘I Know Why the Gay Man Dances’, Joel Sadler-Puckering unleashes his second collection of poems into the wild. Expect “masterful observations of humanity and its dregs” (Amazon 5* review) and to be taken on an urban safari adventure to see human beings in their not-so-natural habitat…

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And After Death

And After Death

| August 15, 2018

The world has died in 2025. The armies of zombies are tracing streets in the urge to satisfy the blood thirst. The probably last survivor in the whole world enters the abandoned house where finds the dairy. The diary that reveals the horrible story of love and death, the last kindness in the world.

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The Seeds of Dissolution

The Seeds of Dissolution

| July 31, 2018

On a bright August day, the sun disappears. Sam van Oen barely escapes freezing to death in his house, as his watch stops and fire ceases to burn. He is pulled into the Nether—a nexus between ten diverse alien cultures—where he meets two maji who can control the musical foundation of the universe. While coping […]

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Seeing Forever

Seeing Forever

| July 6, 2018

A life worth living? Paul Cruz is no longer human. He’s a Singular, his consciousness technological, no longer biological. He was there at the beginning and helped ensure the survival of all the Singulars. Free from the limits of flesh and blood, he wanted to live forever, but now that he’s lost what he cares […]

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