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Sean Meriwether

Sean Meriwether has been working his own brand of magic on the page, drafting immersive fiction and transporting boys and girls into the tumultuous landscape of his imagining. He has published over fifty short stories in venues including Best of Best Gay Erotica 2, Best Gay Love Stories, and Lodestar Quarterly. His collection of short fiction, The Silent Hustler , was released by Lethe Press (2009). He is currently working on Kingdom Falls , an online novel about finding love at the end of the world.

The Silent Hustler won a 2010 Rainbow Award as Best Gay Contemporary, 3rd place.

Further Readings:

The Silent Hustler by Sean Meriwether
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Lethe Press (October 25, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 159021062X
ISBN-13: 978-1590210628
Amazon: The Silent Hustler
Amazon Kindle: The Silent Hustler

Best known for being the editor of edgy gay fiction of the Velvet Mafia website, Sean Meriwether has quietly been writing short fiction and building up a body of his own work. The Silent Hustler collects his short fiction published over the last decade. Meriwether's fiction spans in range from the literary (''Things I Can't Tell My Father'') to the revolutionary (''Burn the Rich'') to the downright raunchy (''Sneaker Queen''). Slip into bed with The Silent Hustler. You won't feel guilty in the morning.

More Rainbow Awards at my website: http://www.elisarolle.com/, Rainbow Awards

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