July 7th, 2015

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L.E.O. Charlton & Tom Wichelo

Lionel Evelyn Oswald "Leo" Charlton was a General in the British Army during World War I and became Chief of Air Staff in Iraq. He later resigned that post in protest against the unfair bombing of helpless Iraqi civilians.

Charlton was also the author of a series of boys’ books, including Charlton and More Charlton. He became a close friend to writers J .R. ACKERLEY and E.M. FORSTER.

Charlton's longtime lover was an ex-airman named Tom Wichelo. When Charlton and Wichelo "pitched camp" in Dover in the late 1930s, much of literary London followed them. The main attraction seems to have been the easy availability of soldiers and sailors on leave in the coastal town.

W.H. AUDEN pictured the scene in his poem "Dover":
Soldiers crowd into the pubs in
their pretty clothes,
As pink and silly as girls from a
high-class academy.

L.E.O. Charlton was a British infantry officer who served in the II Boer War. Most notably, Charlton resigned his position as the RAF's Chief Staff Officer in Iraq as he objected to the bombing of Iraqi villages. Charlton's longtime lover was an ex-airman named Tom Wichelo, an old RAF pal. When Charlton and Wichelo "pitched camp" in Dover in the late 1930s, much of literary London followed them. Charlton wrote his autobiography, dedicating it to Wichelo, E.M. Forster and J.R. Ackerley, and then wrote adventure novels for adolescents.


Source: Queers in History: The Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Historical Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals by Keith Stern

Days of Love: Celebrating LGBT History One Story at a Time by Elisa Rolle
Paperback: 760 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (July 1, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1500563323
ISBN-13: 978-1500563325
Amazon: Days of Love: Celebrating LGBT History One Story at a Time

Days of Love chronicles more than 700 LGBT couples throughout history, spanning 2000 years from Alexander the Great to the most recent winner of a Lambda Literary Award. Many of the contemporary couples share their stories on how they met and fell in love, as well as photos from when they married or of their families. Included are professional portraits by Robert Giard and Stathis Orphanos, paintings by John Singer Sargent and Giovanni Boldini, and photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnson, Arnold Genthe, and Carl Van Vechten among others. “It's wonderful. Laying it out chronologically is inspired, offering a solid GLBT history. I kept learning things. I love the decision to include couples broken by death. It makes clear how important love is, as well as showing what people have been through. The layout and photos look terrific.” Christopher Bram “I couldn’t resist clicking through every page. I never realized the scope of the book would cover centuries! I know that it will be hugely validating to young, newly-emerging LGBT kids and be reassured that they really can have a secure, respected place in the world as their futures unfold.” Howard Cruse “This international history-and-photo book, featuring 100s of detailed bios of some of the most forward-moving gay persons in history, is sure to be one of those bestsellers that gay folk will enjoy for years to come as reference and research that is filled with facts and fun.” Jack Fritscher


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Eduardo Amir & Paulo Szot

Paulo Szot (born July 7, 1969) is a Brazilian operatic baritone singer and actor. He made his opera debut in 1997 and his international career has included performances with the Metropolitan Opera. In 2008, he made his Broadway debut as Emile De Becque in a revival of South Pacific, and for his performance in this musical he won the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award, the Theatre World Award and in 2012, was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award for best actor in a musical becoming the first Brazilian to receive such honors. He confirmed to AfterElton.com that he is gay. At a cabaret gig, he even chose to serenade both a woman and a man in the audience. Eduardo Amir, Szot’s partner, is a fellow Brazilian and, like Szot, an opera singer. In addition to opera, Amir does voice-over work, dubbing animated musicals for Brazilian release. Paulo Szot and Eduardo Amir were together in the Manon opera performed at the Met in 2012.

Szot was born in São Paulo of Polish parents who emigrated to Brazil after World War II. He began his musical training in piano at the age of five and later added violin and classical ballet. However, at age 21, a knee injury cut short any aspirations for a career in dance, causing him, with encouragement from his instructor, to pursue singing instead.

Szot studied at Jagiellonian University in Poland. He began singing professionally in 1990 with the National Song & Dance Ensemble "Śląsk". Later, he made his professional opera debut in a production of Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the Municipal Theatre of São Paulo in 1997. Since then, he has performed with the New York City Opera, the Palm Beach Opera, the Canadian Opera Company, Opéra de Marseille, and Vlaamse Opera, among others, in such operas as L'elisir d'amore, La Bohème, Don Giovanni, Cavalleria rusticana, I Pagliacci, Carmen, Così fan tutte, Le nozze di Figaro and Maria Golovin. In March 2010 he made his debut at the Metropolitan Opera as Kovalyov in Dmitri Shostakovich's The Nose . Szot returned to The Metropolitan Opera House as Escamillo sharing the stage with the French tenor Roberto Alagna and as Lescaut in Manon along with Anna Netrebko. Also sang the role of Guglielmo in Mozart's Cosí fan Tutte at the Palais Garnier and at the Aix-en-Provence Festival in Le nozze di Figaro. In 2013 he sang in The Nose at Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and at La Scala in the role of Filip Filippovich, the protagonist of the contemporary Russian opera A Dog's Heart.


Paulo Szot is a Brazilian baritone singer and actor, winner of Tony Award for South Pacific. He confirmed to AfterElton.com that he is gay. At a cabaret gig, he even chose to serenade both a woman and a man in the audience. Eduardo Amir, Szot’s partner, is a fellow Brazilian and, like Szot, an opera singer. In addition to opera, Amir does voice-over work, dubbing animated musicals for Brazilian release. Paulo Szot and Eduardo Amir were together in the Manon opera performed at the Met in 2012.

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Johan Silverhult & Patrick King

Born in the West Indies, Patrick King (born July 7, 1961) started dancing at the age of seven. He joined the famous Dance Theatre of Harlem, danced in the movie “Fame”, and toured the world with a number of dance companies before joining Europe's most prestigious one, Cullberg ballet. When he started to choreograph his first pieces, they all became internationally renowned. Whilst King is still dancing, choreography and creation became increasingly his field and after a number of internationally acclaimed productions he found himself working with Cirque du Soleil, where he created the ground breaking act “Two Men”, which he also danced with his partner Johan King Silverhult.

In 2008 the Choreography of “Qi” at the Friedrichstadtpalast brings King to Berlin, where he has since created a number of shows and performances. (Picture: Johan King Silverhult)

Johan King Silverhult studied at the Royal Swedish Ballet School in Stockholm and continued his Training with various scholarships in New York, Paris and Amsterdam. After a large number of Soloist performances at various international opera houses, dance companies and ballets, King Silverhult started to collaborate with Patrick King and eventually performed the famous act “Two Men” in Cirque du Soleil’s Las Vegas show ’Zumanity’. As part of the show “Qi” at the Friedrichstadtpalast, he also moved to Berlin in 2008. Apart from dance performances, King Silverhult also regularly worked in advertising campaigns, Commercials, video- and television productions.


Patrick and Johan King are a long-term couple, together since 1989 and married in Sweden in 1997. In their duo ballet 2Men, the dancers tiptoe in cautious circles, beholding one another as suspiciously as tigers before the pounce, and then engage. Then, for five minutes, before a riveted audience, the pair lock arms, shove one another away, embrace, attack, cuddle, pull apart. "We never thought of it as being a gay dance, to us, it's just a relationship. It has always been a human story."

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Kirsten Vangsness & Melanie Goldstein

Kirsten Simone Vangsness (born 7 July 1972) is an American actress. She is a supporting actress on the CBS drama series Criminal Minds as FBI Technical Analyst Penelope Garcia. She also portrayed the same character on the spin-off, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. Vangsness describes herself as "queer as a purple unicorn singing Madonna". Her fiancée is film editor Melanie Goldstein. The two met in 2005 at a party Vangsness was attending with her then boyfriend. Vangsness told AfterEllen.com in an interview in September, “I remember looking at her across a table and just thinking, ‘Oh sh*t — oh sh*t! — everything is going to change.’ And it did — gradually."

Vangsness separated from her boyfriend and ultimately came out, but after a rocky attempt at a friendship with Goldstein, the two of them didn’t speak for several years. Vangsness told AfterEllen, “I sent her an apology letter — you know, because when you come out, you kind of lose your mind. You turn into a 13-year-old again. So I sent her this apology note. She was living her life, and I was living my life, and I didn’t expect things to happen. I was just saying, ‘Hey, I’m sorry, and I just wanted to let you know that I’m out now, and I think I’m more sane, and I just wanted you to know that and to say that I’m sorry.’ So I was just sort of cleaning up my stuff.” The apology worked, and the two started dating in 2006. Vangsness told People.com, "I never thought I would want to do it. Then when you meet the person, you’re like, ‘I want to marry you. I don’t care if there’s a law against it!’" They intended to marry "regardless whether it's legal or not by then". but separated in 2013. In April 2015, she revealed on smashinginterviews.com that she had entered into a relationship with a new boyfriend and was examining that aspect of her sexuality.


Kirsten Vangsness is an American actress. She is a supporting actress in Criminal Minds as FBI Technical Analyst Penelope Garcia. She also portrayed the same character on the spin-off, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. Vangsness describes herself as "queer as a purple unicorn singing Madonna". Her fiancée is film editor Melanie Goldstein. They began dating in 2006. Goldstein's credits include the television series 24. They intended to marry "regardless whether it's legal or not by then" but separated in 2013.

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Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirsten_Vangsness

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Donna Kate Rushin (born July 7)

Kate Rushin (born July 7) is the author of The Black Back-Ups (Firebrand Books). Her “The Bridge Poem” appears in This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color, a ground-breaking feminist anthology edited by Cherríe Moraga and Gloria E. Anzaldúa. Recipient of the Rose Low Rome Memorial Poetry Prize and the Grolier Poetry Prize, her work is widely anthologized and has been published in such journals as Callaloo.

A Connecticut resident, Kate currently teaches creative writing at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts. Previously, she taught at Wesleyan University, where she served as Adjunct Assistant Professor and Visiting Writer in African American Studies. She has read at Hill-Stead Museum's Sunken Garden Poetry Festival, the Geraldine Dodge Poetry Festival and Smith College Poetry Center, among many other places, and has led workshops for the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies and Cave Canem Foundation. She has served as a judge for the Connecticut State University-IMPAC Young Writers Award, the Connecticut Poetry Circuit Student Poetry Contest, and the NEA’s/Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Out Loud.

Kate received her B.A. from Oberlin College and her M.F.A. from Brown University. She is a former Fellow of The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and a graduate fellow of Cave Canem Foundation.


Shay Youngblood and Donna Kate Rushin, 1987, by Robert Giard

Source: http://katerushin.com/bio.html

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John Money (July 8, 1921 – July 7, 2006)

John William Money (8 July 1921 – 7 July 2006) was a psychologist, sexologist and author, specializing in research into sexual identity and biology of gender. He has been the subject of controversy due to his work with the sex-reassignment of David Reimer.

John William Money was born on July 8, 1921, in Morrinsville, Waikato, New Zealand. He grew up in a conservative, evangelical Christian family, which may have influenced his research focus later in life.

He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Victoria University in 1943, then emigrated to the United States to pursue graduate education. He studied social relations in the Psychological Clinic at Harvard University, receiving his Ph.D. in 1952. The next year, he joined the faculty of Johns Hopkins University Medical School, where he taught and carried out sexology research for over 50 years.

He founded the Psychohormonal Research Unit at Johns Hopkins University Medical School and coined the term "gender role" in 1955, which he later expanded to "gender-identity/role" (GI/R).

Throughout his career, Money authored numerous publications on sexology, including Venuses Penuses in 1986 and the controversial Man and Woman, Boy and Girl, coauthored with Anke Ehrhardt in 1972. In the latter, Money and Ehrhardt expressed the view that gender was malleable and could be altered through external factors such as prescribed hormones and behavior therapy.


John Money, 1991, by Robert Giard (http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/dl_crosscollex/brbldl_getrec.asp?fld=img&id=1121546)
American photographer Robert Giard is renowned for his portraits of American poets and writers; his particular focus was on gay and lesbian writers. Some of his photographs of the American gay and lesbian literary community appear in his groundbreaking book Particular Voices: Portraits of Gay and Lesbian Writers, published by MIT Press in 1997. Giard’s stated mission was to define the literary history and cultural identity of gays and lesbians for the mainstream of American society, which perceived them as disparate, marginal individuals possessing neither. In all, he photographed more than 600 writers. (http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/digitallibrary/giard.html)
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Judith Barrington (born July 7, 1944)

Judith Barrington was born in Brighton, England in 1944 and moved to the United States in 1976. Although she has made her home in Portland, Oregon since then, she now spends time each year in Europe doing readings and workshops.

Judith is the author of three poetry collections, a prizewinning memoir, and a text on writing literary memoir. The poetry books are: Horses and the Human Soul, History and Geography, and Trying to be an Honest Woman. She has also recorded a CD of selected poems titled Harvest. Prose books are: Lifesaving: A Memoir (winner of the Lambda Book Award and finalist for the PEN/Martha Albrand Award for the Art of the Memoir), and Writing the Memoir: From Truth to Art which is used in numerous writing programs.

Her work has been included in many anthologies, including The Long Journey: Pacific Northwest Poets, The Stories That Shape Us: Twenty Women Write About the West, A Formal Feeling Comes, From Here We Speak: An Anthology of Oregon Poetry, The House on Via Gombito, and Hers 3. Her poems and memoirs have been published in many literary journals, including Creative Nonfiction, Prairie Schooner, Americas Review, Kenyon Review, ZYZZVA, The American Voice, Poetry London, 13th Moon, The GSU Review, Sonora Review, Left Bank, and The Chattahoochee Review. She also regularly reviews books for newspapers and literary magazines.

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Euro Pride Con: Susan Mac Nicol

Starting from June 1, 2015, I will daily feature authors attending the three conventions I will join, Euro Pride in Munich (July), UK Meet in Bristol (September) and GRL in San Diego (October).

For the Euro Pride in Munich, July 11-12, 2015, today author is Susan Mac Nicol: Susan Mac Nicol is a self confessed bookaholic, an avid watcher of videos of sexy pole dancing men, self confessed geek and nerd and in love with her Smartphone. This little treasure is called ‘the boyfriend’ by her long suffering husband, who says if it vibrated, there’d be no need for him. Susan hasn’t had the heart to tell him there’s an app for that…

She is never happier than when sitting in the confines of her living room/study/on a cold station platform scribbling down words and making two men fall in love. She is a romantic at heart and believes that everything happens (for the most part) for a reason. She likes to think of herself as a ‘half full’ kinda gal, although sometimes that philosophy is sorely tested.

Lover of walks in the forest, theatre productions, dabbling her toes in the cold North Sea and the vibrant city of London where you can experience all four seasons in a day , she is a hater of pantomime (so please don’t tar and feather her), duplicitous people, bigotry and self righteous idiots.

In an ideal world, Susan Mac Nicol would be Queen of England and banish all the bad people to the Never Never Lands of Wherever -Who Cares. As that’s never going to happen, she contents herself with writing her HEA stories and pretending, that just for a little while, good things happen to good people.

Further Readings:

Suit Yourself (Men of London Book 3) by Susan Mac Nicol
Series: Men of London
Paperback: 158 pages
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group (May 21, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1942886381
ISBN-13: 978-1942886389
Amazon: Suit Yourself (Men of London Book 3)
Amazon Kindle: Suit Yourself (Men of London Book 3)

Scarred both physically and emotionally after a motorcycle accident, twenty-five year old ex fashion model and porn star Oliver Brown is about to be stripped bare by flamboyant twink Leslie Scott—and they’ll rebuild love from the bottom up. BARING THE BEAST Twenty-five year old Oliver Brown is addicted. Two years ago, he was at the height of his career as “Nicky Star,” fashion model, porn actor, partier without peer. Then came the accident. Hiding his scars, both emotional and physical, he’s gone into hiding. But fine clothing is some solace. A new suit by Debussy? Better even than a ride on his motorcycle Hulk or all the things he used to give and take on camera. Enter Leslie Scott, the flamboyant, dark-haired, heel-and-tiny-short-wearing twink sent to deliver Oliver’s newest fix. A firecracker, Leslie is dapper, generous, in touch with his feminine side but all man, and as gorgeous as any garment ever made. He makes Oliver dream of ending his reclusion, of recapturing a future forever denied him. But for that to happen, Leslie would have to strip him to the bone. Only then will they rebuild life from the bottom up.

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UK Meet: Lily G. Blunt

Starting from June 1, 2015, I will daily feature authors attending the three conventions I will join, Euro Pride in Munich (July), UK Meet in Bristol (September) and GRL in San Diego (October).

For the UK Meet in Bristol, September 11-13, 2015, today author is Lily G. Blunt: Lily G. Blunt writes contemporary gay romance and erotica. She loves to explore the relationship between two men and the intensity of their physical and emotional attraction. Angst often features in her stories as she feels this demonstrates the depth of the men’s feelings for each other. Lily is forever writing imaginary scenes and plots in her head, but only a few ever make it to the page—there never seems to be enough hours in the day despite having left the teaching profession to concentrate on her writing!

Lily discovered the wonderful world of m/m romance novels four years ago via fan fiction and went on to write stories in her spare time. With the encouragement of her friends and readers she decided to publish some of her work.

Lily has several self-published stories available on Amazon. She is also published with Torquere Press and Wayward Ink Publishing.

Easily distracted from her writing, Lily makes videos using clips from gay-themed movies and posts gorgeous pictures of men kissing or making out on her tumblr and Facebook pages. Lily is also an avid supporter of GLBTQ rights and advocates equality for all.

Lily lives in central England with her rather bemused husband, two twenty-something children, and a ‘mad as a bag of frogs’ Shetland Sheepdog.

Further Readings:

Opposites Attract by Lily G. Blunt
Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing (March 12, 2015)
Amazon Kindle: Opposites Attract

Chris and Andreas are opposites in character.
Both fear the other wants to move on.
Can being stranded on a mountainside resolve the doubt that is threatening to tear them apart?



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GRL: Nico Jaye

Starting from June 1, 2015, I will daily feature authors attending the three conventions I will join, Euro Pride in Munich (July), UK Meet in Bristol (September) and GRL in San Diego (October).

For the GRL in San Diego, October 15-18, 2015, today author is Nico Jaye: Nico Jaye is a fan of all things HEA and has dragged her romance collection along for her moves from San Francisco to Los Angeles to Chicago to New York and back. She thinks reading is awesome and loves that she can hang out night after night with crinoline-wearing debutantes, brawny firemen in suspenders, and werewolf shifters with Scottish brogues. An overall feline enthusiast, Nico secretly (or not so secretly?) adores Hello Kitty, cat GIFs, spontaneous traveling, pretending to be crafty, emoticons, hot menfolk, and parenthetical statements (not necessarily in that order). Her favorite stories are those that marry smut and fluff (a.k.a. smuff) into a gooey ball of HEA and fuzzies.

You can find Nico chit chatting about cats, popcorn for dinner, impulse trips to Iceland, and crocheting four scarves in one night.

Further Readings:

The Frat Brat by Nico Jaye
Publisher: Nico Jaye (June 12, 2015)
Amazon Kindle: The Frat Brat

Kyle Fenton's nickname around his fraternity house may as well be "Shameless Flirt." Out and proud to his frat, he's more than happy to live up to that reputation, especially when new frat brother Daisuke "Dice" Keto moves in. However, Dice's reaction to Kyle's antics is cryptic at best, leaving Kyle frustrated in more ways than one. Will a lost bet--and a sexy rendezvous with a "Secret Admirer"--clarify the situation?

Author's Note: Royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to the Human Rights Campaign, a civil rights organization focused on LGBTQ equality.



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2015 Rainbow Awards Submission: Taking Over Trofim by Talon P.S.

Taking Over Trofim (Dominion of Brothers series Book 4) by Talon P.S.
Gay Erotic Romance
Series: Dominion of Brothers
Paperback: 422 pages
Publisher: Talon ps (January 29, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0692372970
ISBN-13: 978-0692372975
Amazon: Taking Over Trofim (Dominion of Brothers series Book 4)
Amazon Kindle: Taking Over Trofim (Dominion of Brothers series Book 4)

Trenton Leos has always been known to many as the Dominus, the man to go to for the perfect D/s match. However, Trenton and his brothers are about to find out that he and their lifestyle has become the target of a political cleansing. A shady operation with very deep pockets comes to the surface when Trenton is asked to investigate a dark secret that threatens the future of Pyotr’s younger brother, Trofim Laszkovi and his lover, Shay Wilks. ~ * ~ Trofim Laszkovi would never forget how right it felt to be in Shay’s Wilks’ arms five years ago. But Shay’s father made it abundantly clear with threats hard to ignore, that Trofim’s family would pay the price if he didn’t stay away from Shay. So with the help of a friend, Trofim made a career move that put him an ocean away from his family— and his heart. Even now, having finally returned home only a year ago to the family he missed, Trofim hadn’t dared allow himself to look in Shay’s direction. ~ * ~ Shay Wilks has done everything he could to keep his father’s plans for him at arm’s length and protect his internship as a doctor from ruin by the same man. All in hopes that the only man Shay has ever loved will one day return to him. Now, five years later, Shay finally has another chance to be with Trofim. If only he can convince Trofim they are better together than apart as well as get out from under his father’s brutal hold in time before Shay loses Trofim again— for good.

2015 Rainbow Awards Guidelines: http://www.elisarolle.com/rainbowawards/rainbow_awards_2015.html



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