By Richard Canning
If you loved the 1st quantity of Between Men, you’ll love this moment choice of brief tales from today’s most sensible and brightest homosexual writers. Editor Richard Canning is again with eighteen items of homosexual fiction from one of the most extraordinary writers round, together with Jim Grimsley, Mark Merlis, and Alan Hollinghurst.
There’s anything for everybody. relocating past stories of “coming out,” tales, Between males 2 is stuffed with the tales of guys with anything relevatory to claim in regards to the homosexual experience—and, furthermore, the human experience.
Richard Canning is the editor of the among Men series, a author, and a lecturer in English and American literature on the collage of Sheffield, England.
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