Guillermo Luna enjoys staying at home and watching his favorite reality TV shows. One of his present goals is to watch all the movies he hasn’t seen, and he has a soft spot for film noir. On the weekends, he’s usually driving around looking for great buys at flea markets and antique stores. He has an undergraduate degree in journalism and two master’s degrees—one in cinema and the other in library science, which is quite a feat for someone who sees himself as an underachiever. When he’s not listening to The Lark Ascending or “Clair de Lune,” he’s listening to music from the 60s and 70s. He’s single and can’t envision having another roommate but would consider a cat or dog. He takes public transportation to work, which affords him the free time to read the Los Angeles Times every morning. He’s a supervisor in a university library.
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The Odd Fellows
by Guillermo Luna
Joaquin Moreno and Mark Crowden have an ambiguous relationship because their disputes with each other are undermining their vows of friendship, love, and truth—the three links and the chief tenets of the Odd Fellows, a secret society formed in 1819.
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