There are people who always want what they don’t have and people who are grateful for everything they do have. The do’s seem to always learn how to pay it forward and, in today’s post, it’s evident why. Welcome to Mary Gresham’s Face of Gay.
There’s an interesting phenomena about people watching. We look at someone and sometimes wonder “Is this person gay or straight?” Or we’ll look at them and say “Please, God, make it so this person is batting for my team, is available and finds me the Adonis or Xena I see myself as!” Or “Please, God, […]
It’s official: I’m a guilty pleasure. Or, rather, I’m guilty of something. A few things. I may possibly guilt people into offering up a post for this series from time to time. It’s a generally accepted alternative when begging doesn’t work. And, believe me, I’ve begged. Today’s post comes from someone who not only nominated […]
Who doesn’t remember hearing music from The Motels? And now that Martha Davis and her troupe have released a brand new album, it seems fitting we should dig up this post from 2013 for a very special Face of Gay!
My delightful friend Trish may not be going by her pseudonym anymore, but her story remains just as important as it ever did. Please join us as we take a look back at the last FOG post of 2012.
RECOVERED I can honestly say I knew Thom before he became a publisher author! Granted, I still haven’t met him in person yet, but we’re working on that. Maybe one year at DragonCon. What I thought I knew about him recently went right out the window when I read his post for this series. It’s […]
RECOVERED Filmmaker Paul Bright first came to my attention a little over a year ago when I visited a TLA booth at the WEHO Book Fair and saw one of his films, Altitude Falling, for sale. The film stuck in my head, but it wasn’t until I saw Paul in person at a booth at […]
RECOVERED I originally wasn’t going to have a Face of Gay post this weekend. It was even a topic of conversation on my Facebook page because I honestly wanted to know if people thought they’d be around to read it. I just didn’t think it was fair to have someone write something up only to […]
RECOVERED One of the things I’d hoped to accomplish with this blog series is establishing some common ground between the GLBT community and everyone else. It’s that whole “If you tickle us, do we not laugh? If you poison us, do we not die? Wrong us, shall we not tell your friends and family just […]
RECOVERED There are certain people you hear about, read about, interact with and hope to meet one day. Rick Reed is one of these people. For those of us in the publishing field, it’s difficult not to discuss authors who also happen to be a part of the GLBT community and not hear his name […]