Two Men Kissing
“One man kisses another, they fool around, and it’s all downhill from there.”
“Perhaps it is easiest to see things first where you don’t take them for granted.” –Jane Jacobs
Angels in AmericaDenkmal für die im Nationalsozialismus verfolgten Homosexuellen
How to Be Gaywho already are gay
Free FallBrokeback Mountain The BirdcageModern Family
What Belongs to You
An Evening at the Garden of Allah
Gay Berlin: Birthplace of a Modern IdentityEvening
The Angel of History
Half EmptyThis American LifeRent
Denkmal für die im Nationalsozialismus verfolgten Homosexuellen
Dave Wheeler is the author of Contingency Plans (TS Poetry Press). He has written for The Morning News, The Stranger, The Other Journal, Glitterwolf, The James Franco Review, The Monarch Review, and others. He earned his BA in Creative Writing from Western Washington University and is now associate editor for Shelf Awareness in Seattle.
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