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Saturday, November 29, 2014

A few gay-themed movies I recently saw and liked:

Southern Baptist Sissies. Actually just a filming of a play, but a good play. Del Shores (Sordid Lives) wrote and directed this comedy/drama.

The Falls and The Falls: Testament of Love. Gay Mormon companions fall in love. An unusual love story with surprise twists.

No Night Is Too Long. Speaking of surprise twists, this Canadian thriller keeps them coming.

Out To Kill. A gay murder mystery with a fun script.

Diversity-themed scifi!

We stopped racism and homophobia, but face surveillance of our weight and our words. Now a First Nation family gets caught between our oppressive government and the colony it rejected.

“A thought provoking and fun sci-fi read.”—Blogger Girls.

“A must read.” – Joe Wright, StoneWall Society.

“I recommend DEGRANON for its exciting, well-constructed narrative, its often intriguing characters, and its wealth of ideas both political and philosophical.” –J. Clark.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

I'm Here. I'm Queer. What the Hell do I read?

Visit a bookblog "for anyone interested in YA books with GLBTQ characters and themes." I'm Here. I'm Queer. What the Hell do I read? Producer, blogger, author, speaker Lee Wind brings together reviews, quotes, poems, and much more in an interactive blog.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Quote/Passage/Excerpt from Diversity-Themed SciFi Novel Degranon

But they wouldn’t be holding her hand anymore. They had warned her to avoid the rally. “Think of your career,” her mother had said. Her father had said much worse: “Stay away from disruptive elements. If you don’t distance yourself from them, we’ll have no choice but to distance ourselves from you. Be maintained, if you want to be a part of this family.”

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Gay Movie Review: Out To Kill (Murder Mystery)

A talented but obnoxious gay man is found dead in a gay loft complex. Writer/director Rob Williams delivers a mystery filled with twists, humor, and good-looking men. Read my review at ThisWeekInTexas.Com.

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Guest House Films Responds to Fan Requests by Launching Kickstarter Crowd-Funding Campaign for Make the Yuletide Gay 2

From the press release:
"Guest House Films, a leading producer and distributor of gay-themed films, has launched a new Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign to help bring to life the much-anticipated sequel to the company’s 2009 smash hit gay Christmas comedy, Make the Yuletide Gay, in response to growing fan requests. Make The Yuletide Gay 2 will go into production in 2015, contingent upon the campaign reaching its goal."
My review of Make The Yuletide Gay.