The gay scene of the 1990s—or the Gay Nineties, as I fondly refer to it—is a world and time period that I'm well-acquainted with. I went from a clueless twenty-something to a clueless thirty-something in the early nineties and most of my friends were gay, even though I'm hopelessly heterosexual. I lost a lot of those friends to the AIDS epidemic, sadly enough. They were an amazing group of people and I feel incredibly honored to tell their story. A native of Oklahoma City, I graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in professional writing. With a strong passion for storytelling and inspired by such literary giants as Mark Twain and Emily Brontë, I am currently at work on my fourth novel, another semi-autobiography spanning from my childhood to my late twenties and also focusing on LGBTQ issues, family relationships, love, and friendship.
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Heaven Is a Gay Bar
by Bryan Foreman
A bighearted, wildly funny, and deeply poignant story chronicling one man's journey to self-discovery inside the gay club scene of the 1990s. It's a story of love and friendship, filled with brilliant, colorful, and endlessly fascinating characters.
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