Friday, January 8, 2010

Now Available: Ganymede Issue 6

I'm proud to announce that Ganymede #6 is currently available for purchase. Ganymede is a gay men's literary magazine out of New York City. The issue includes my poems "To the Stranger in My Bed on Easter Morning" and "What the Critics Will Say About My Poetry." These poems were also included in Ganymede Poets, One, which was an anthology created by the magazine. 

This issue also includes work by David Sedaris, one of my all time favorite gay writers. I'm honored to be in the same publication as him. There are also some fine poems by my friend Bryan Borland. Help support me, independent magazines, the gay community, and poetry in general and buy a copy! All the information you need is below:

GANYMEDE #6 issue now out
6x9² perfect bound paperback book, 272 pages

--DAVID SEDARIS on loving his man
--British gay author DENTON WELCH (1915-1948), enjoying a big cult following in the UK, returns to America thanks to Ganymede: SIX sample stories over three issues!
--The Dirt on the Duchess: From Charles Higham's new memoir, learn what Chinese vaginal technique the Duchess of Windsor used to cure her man's impotence. Who needs the throne of England when your wife makes you cum?
--EDMUND WHITE¹s new memoir ³City Boy² and other book and film reviews
--MY DIVA: six gay authors on the great divas they love
--a rare homo-erotic mystery story by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
--14 gay poets, 5 gay story writers, gay photographers and artists

POETRY by Edward Field, Walter Holland, Steven Cordova, Gregg Shapiro, R. Nemo Hill, Stephen S. Mills, Brandon Lacy Campos, Jeff Mann, Lee Houck, Eric Norris, Bryan Borland, Christopher S. Soden, Sergio Ortiz, Mark Milazzo
FICTION by Denton Welch, Charlie Vásquez, Cyrus Cassells, Wayne Hoffman, Eric Karl Anderson, Andrew J. Peters
ART PORTFOLIO: Today¹s Painters of the Male Form PHOTO PORTFOLIOS: Yannis Angel, Kent Mercurio, Jannis Tsipoulanis, Eric Phillips, Lars Stephan

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