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April 2011


my (our) books

Fool for Love When You Don't See Me

Someone Like You I'm Your Man

He's The One It Had To Be You

The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica Best Gay Erotica 2007

Best Gay Love Stories: New York City Best Gay Love Stories 2005

Three Fortunes In One Cookie The Deal


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P.O. Box 131845, Houston, TX., 77219.

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last dance

Our last day in New Orleans was pretty darn wonderful. We attended the mystery writer's panel in the morning. It was great to hear Greg talk about the importance of location in his books. I like that he feels the same way about New Orleans that I do about New York City in the TJB books. It also reminded me how nervous I was when we wrote 3 Fortunes, and how desperately I wanted to do justice to Mississippi's Gulf Coast. Saying good-bye to Greg was sad, but I know I'll see him soon. I feel like he's my literary big brother, listening, discussing, giving me advice and helping me along. And then there's the occassional wedgie.

We checked out of the hotel and then attended the Is AIDS Still Part of the Plot? panel at the Bourbon Pub. Becky and I sat on the floor and listened intently to Jameson Currier, Robert Taylor, Patricia Nell Warren and Martin Hyatt talk about about AIDS in today's literature. I'm still processing everything that was discussed, but I was touched by the intensity and sensitivity of not only the panelists, but the audience, too. Robert Taylor has become my newest hero. I want nothing more than to sit at his feet and listen to him talk, perhaps in a cozy library with crackling embers burning in a fireplace, snifters of brandy long since forgotten leaving rings on a table. He's a sensitive and brilliant man, Robert Taylor, which I'm sure y'all know if you've read his books. Patricia Nell Warren is sharp woman, on point, and if she says it, it's right on. Don't bother to argue. Save your breath, because you'll need it when you repeat her words to your friends as if quoting the gospel. RICO act. They're using it against us. Pass it on.

Saying good-bye to all the wonderful people we'd met was very difficult. As was saying good-bye to New Orleans. So I didn't say good-bye. I said, "See ya!" Because I know I'll go back. If not soon, then I'll definitely be at next year's Saints & Sinners. Just try and stop me. And FARB, you're going. Plan now. If not, Becky and I will make it a point to kidnap you and drag you there if need be.