of Read OUT Loud for 2004
M. Jaffe is the author of the novel, The Limits of Pleasure,
which was a finalist for one of ForeWord Magazine's Book of
the Year Awards, and which was excerpted in Best Gay Erotica
2003. Dan's gay-themed short stories and essays have been
widely published in anthologies and magazines such as M2M: New
Literary Fiction, Bearotica, Rebel Yell, Found Tribe, and The
James White Review. Visit his website at http://danieljaffe.tripod.com.
Read OUT Loud Authors for 2004
Rice is the author of two New York Times best
selling novels, A DENSITY OF SOULS and THE SNOW GARDEN. THE
SNOW GARDEN went on to win a Lambda Literary Award for Best
Gay Men's Mystery. Formerly the fiction editor of Genre,
Christopher now writes a regular column for The Advocate.
His next novel, LIGHT BEFORE DAY, a detective thriller set in
Southern California, will be published in the winter of 2005.
[Photo by Brian Orter.]
Eloise Klein Healy is the author of five books
of poetry and a chapbook. Her most recent collection, PASSING,
was a Finalist for the Lambda Literary Award in Poetry and The
Audre Lorde Lesbian Poetry Prize. An earlier collection, ARTEMIS
IN ECHO PARK, was also a Lambda Book Award Finalist. Winner
of the Los Angeles Poetry Festival's Grand Prize, Eloise has
received six Pushcart Prize nominations. She teaches in the
MFA in Creative Writing Program at Antioch University Los Angeles.
Trey Wilson is author of the play, STAGE DIRECTIONS,
an LA Times Critics Choice, an LA Weekly Pick
of the Week, and a Backstage West Critics Choice. LA
Stage called this comedy a "Daring new play...controversial
and groundbreaking...tackles intriguing and important social
issues." A graduate of Boston University's School of Fine Arts,
Trey has performed extensively in film and television, as well
as on stage and radio.
Suarez is a Xicana from East Los Angeles, CA. Her work
appears in Outspoken: A Queer Publication, THROUGH
THE EYE OF THE DEER: AN ANTHOLOGY OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS,
and BARE YOUR SOUL: A THINKING GIRL'S GUIDE TO ENTERTAINMENT.
Currently enrolled in the Writing and Consciousness MFA Program
at the New College of California, Griselda teaches "Just Words:
Queer Women Writing" at The Women's Building in San Francisco.
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