Gay Erotic Fiction
Bad Boys and the Men Who Love Them
Take a walk on the wild side with these fierce tales of rough trade. Defy the rules and succumb to the charms of hustlers, jocks, kinky tricks, smart-asses, con men, straight guys and gutter punks who give as good as they get.
In Jeff Mann's "Satyr," a hillbilly hustler seduces an insatiable city bear while hitchiking. Two suburban black college students get it on with a southern redneck in Roscoe Hudson's edgy tale "Cosby Kids." In "The Outlaw Paulie Creed," Dale Chase's randy sheriff hunts for a wanted man and brings new meaning to the term pistol-whipped. "Mr. Lee's Men," by Joe Marohl, are two martial artists determined to best each other under the merciless gaze of their lustful master. Editor Labonté gets the party started with a few confessions of his own in Wild Boys, erotic stories that will bring you to your knees.
With contributed stories by J.M. Snyder, Jeff Mann, Michael Bracken, Dale Chase, Landon Dixon, Martin Delacroix, Davem Verne, Roscoe Hudson, R.G. Martin, Hank Edwards, Daniel W. Kelly, C.C. Williams, Jonathan Asche, Logan Zachary, Dominic Santi, and Joe Marohl.
RICHARD LABONTÉ lives on Bowen Island, off the coast of British Columbia. One of the founders of A Different Light Bookstore, he reviews 100 queer books a year for Q Syndicate, which distributes "Book Marks," his fortnightly column. Labonté has edited the Best Gay Erotica series since 1996 (along with a couple of dozen other books for Cleis). Eight of his books, including five editions of Best Gay Erotica, have been Lammy finalists, and three of them have won the award.
Also by Richard Labonté