A Ukrainian born in West Germany, Mykola (Mick) Dementiuk grew up and survived on New York's tough Lower East Side streets, which are now a bare echo of what they once were. He is the author of Holy Communion (Lambda Awards Winner 2010/Bisexual Fiction), Vienna Dolorosa, Times Queer, and 100 Whores. His other writings in e-book are Dee Dee Day, Variety, The Spice of Life, Murder in Times Square, Times Square…in Brooklyn?, Queers of Central Park, A Sucker for the Circus, Times Square Cutie and Stallers, More Tales of Times Square Cuties, and On the Prowl.
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It's love at first sight when Vinnie sees Sissy Godiva -- who used to be his classmate, Joey. He's half in love with her, though he isn't queer. Are Vinnie and Sissy meant for each other? How can Vinnie keep her when everybody in the Lower East Side wants her? Is he infatuated -- or really queer?
The Bookstore Clerk
New York City in the late 1960's. Billy has left the streets and works at Doubleday’s. But when he meets his supervisor at a movie theater one night, what does the man think of Billy’s life of easy sex? Billy’s world is rocked when Timmy seduces him in the movie theater, then brings him home.
From the gloomy, stifling hallways of high school in the 1960's to the vast expanse of 1970's New York, young Danny explores the complexities of love and lust in the arms of Luba, a girl he believes himself in love with, and then in the company of various men, from whom he learns his true nature.
It's the early 1970's, and adult movie houses are filled with men looking for something different. Pubes loves beer and anonymous trysts, though going all the way isn't his thing. Then he meets Kinky, who has a few kinks Pubes hasn't encountered before.
1950’s New York. Timmy discovers his own sexuality, but he’s aroused by both men and women. Then he meets Dickie, who takes young men under his wing and teaches them fellatio. Can Timmy accept his sexuality without shame? Or does he risk losing himself to his own hungry desire?
Kisser: A Masculine Femininity
Richard doesn't think he's one of those queers. Or is he? Follow Richard as he drifts from the park into the gay heart of Greenwich Village and back again. There he meets Mr. James, who might just be the man who will take Richard all the way.
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