New Dark LGBTQ Literature

New Dark LGBTQ Literature

Anderson doesn’t have to try to be outlandish he was born to write that way. He excels at pitch-black comedy, is a master of wicked one-liners and as with The Omnipotent the relentless self-interest of Anderson’s central character, Treyton Templeton, spreads like a particularly vehement poison ivy into every aspect of his being.

LGBTQ Humorous Fiction

LGBTQ Humorous Fiction

Quick to relax into a stream of clever repartee and amusing situations, it’s so easy to get swept up in The Moonballer’s pace and pleasures, that it would be almost churlish to resist its charms and infectious comic gusto as Sotto brings his “wanna-be-downtown suburb of Torpedo Valley” and queer tennis organization to life.

New LGBT Humorous Fiction Novel 

New LGBT Humorous Fiction Novel 

Wildly witty, inventive and audacious “La Di Da Di Bloody Da!” pulses with raunchy energy as Anderson puts the pedal to the metal to give us a bracing slice of LGBTQ Fiction.