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Old 03-19-2009, 08:26 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by thibaulthalpern View Post
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I don't like sci-fi or fantasy. I've never read a typical romance novels, most of which is for the heterosexual market.
Due to a general procrastination, I have not surveyed the following links myself, though the source (Patricia) is enough that I have bookmarked them, but I thought you might be interested in the following:

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Here's an Australian site which aims to support gay authors and readers. It has a number of novels and stories which are freely available, though in PDF.
http://www.gay-ebooks.com.au/

And there's a companion site with lesbian literature:
http://www.lesbian-ebooks.com.au/
(From: http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=30695 )

I must admit that my experience with "gay fiction" has rarely been edifying, finding more interest in stuff of a biographical or autobiographical nature when I do find it. Saying that, one of my favourite books of recent times was Night Letters by Robert Dessaix, however I suspect it may have had an autobiographical element, and it is only superficially about a romance - a ménage à trois perhaps - between the letter-writer, the recipient, and a lovingly portrayed Venice, Italy (with other geographical "loves" en route).

Cheers,
Marc
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