Monthly Archives: August 2013

A Wonkomance Interview with Alexis Hall

I’m delighted, today, to be interviewing Alexis Hall about his debut novel, Glitterland, a male-male romance that released on Monday. Glitterland hit me with the emotional force of a shovel to the forehead — and I know I’m not the only … Continue reading

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What is remarkable about Edie Harris’s The Corrupt Comte is, like early reviews and readers have noted, its complexity and erotic darkness. It is a deeply romantic book as well, and its turning points bend on romantic and erotic gestures … Continue reading

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Same Love – a guest post by Audra North

Today on Wonkomance, we are joined by the fabulous Audra North, a frequent twitterer and wonko commenter when she isn’t working on her own wonky writing. Here she waxes thoughtful about Macklemore, and flattering about Wonkomance. And y’all, she even … Continue reading

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