Gay Fiction


  • Short Story Guyds!

    Feb. 22, 2012, 2:57 p.m.

    GuySpy wants your short stories.

    Whether you’re an established writer or just starting out, if you think you’ve got something worth reading, we want to see it. There’s no word limit, and the only requirement is that the story have a gay theme. Should we choose to publish your work, the story becomes property of GuySpy.com for one full year. We reserve the right to edit the work and to promote in any fashion suitable for GuySpy.com.

    Writers selected will receive a GuySpy prize pack, 6 months of GuySpy+ for FREE & the notoriety of being a published writer with an international audience. Read Now


  • Literary Guy’d: Armistead Maupin on Tales of The City, Ian McKellen and Rock Hudson

    Feb. 16, 2012, 10:55 a.m.

    His ‘Tales of The City’ series has sold more than 6m copies, been translated into ten languages, spawned three television miniseries and most recently a musical, the score for which was composed by Jake Shears and John Garden. He also wrote the critically acclaimed The Night Listener, which was made into a film starring Robin Williams. Laurence Watts travelled to San Francisco to meet Armistead Maupin.

    For a man whose writing gave hope to hundreds of thousands struggling with their sexuality, Armistead Maupin was in denial about his own up until about the age of 26. He didn’t come out until he was 30. Before becoming a writer he served in the US Navy. Read Now


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