Keith Hale is author of the novels Clicking Beat on the Brink of Nada and Letters to a Shooting Star. He has edited an anthology of gay literature from antiquity through the First World War (Ode to Boy), a collection of Lord Byron's love poetry for boys (Edleston), a collection of Rupert Brooke's letters that had been sealed for eighty years due to their homosexual themes (Friends and Apostles), and editions of poetry by Shakespeare, Housman, and Brooke. Hale wrote the first and perhaps only account of gay life in the Balkans before the walls of Communism crumbled in his travelogue In the Land of Alexander, and he explored how the military's ban on gays affected the life of one ROTC cadet in his book Torn Allegiances. Hale is a native of Arkansas and also has made his home in Austin, Amsterdam, and Guam.
What do you do when your girlfriend's younger brother is the best-looking person on the planet and has a thing for you? Parish doesn't know what he's going to do, but he's about to find out. Keith Hale, author of the acclaimed novel Cody, delivers a story that is both charming and sexy in this tale of friendship between a younger male who knows he's gay and the guy getting dumped by his sister.