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I am indebted to the editors who acquired and/or edited these short stories for publication. Wherever possible, I have included them in the listing information.

Published Short Stories:


“A Date with Dracula, a Trick with Tarzan” first appeared in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004).


“A Kiss” first appeared in
Gulf Stream Magazine, edited by Lynne Barrett (Issue No. 1, Fall 1989), pp. 11-21. It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
(Green Candy Press, 2004).

”A Touch of Darkness” first appeared in the author's collection
The Haunted Heart and Other Tales
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009.

“Alibis” first appeared online in
Blithe House Quarterly (www.blithe.com), edited by Aldo Alvarez (Vol. 3, No. 1, Winter 1999). It also appeared in the anthology Skin & Ink, edited by Jim Gladstone (Alyson, 2005), pp. 159-169. It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
(Green Candy Press, 2004).

“Amsterdam” first appeared in
Harrington Gay Men’s Fiction Quarterly
, edited by Thomas L. Long (Vol. 4, No. 4, Fall 2003), pp. 5-63.

“And My Heart Goes On” first appeared in
Rebel Yell 2
, edited by Jay Quinn (Southern Tier, 2002), pp. 99-110.

“Between The Lines” first appeared in
Backspace, Kimberly J. Smith (Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter 1993-94), pp. 12-13. It was also published in NEBO: A Literary Journal, edited by Michael S. Booty (Vol. 14, No. 1, Fall 1995), pp. 26-27. It was also published in Apocalypse 2, edited by Heather J. Hearn and Mimi Davis (Northeastern Illinois University, Fall 1996), pp. 9-10. It was also included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 154-155.

“Boy Friends” first appeared online in
Wit’s End Literary Cyberzine
, edited by (www.geocities.com/~witsendic), edited by Richard A. Vanaman (Summer 1997).

“Buddies” first appeared in the anthology
Sex Buddies, edited by Paul J. Willis (Alyson, 2003), pp. 51-65. It also appeared in the author’s collection, Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004). It was also included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 303-316.

“Chinatown” first appeared in the anthology
Quickies 3
, edited by James C. Johnstone (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2003), pp. 51-53.

“Christmas, 1979” first appeared in
Genre, edited by Kevin Koffler (Issue No. 15, December 1993/January 1994), pp. 79-84. It was also published in American Jones Building & Maintenance, edited by Von G. Binuia (Missing Spoke Press, Issue 4, Winter 1998-99), pp. 87-94. It was also translated into German and published in the anthology Schneetreiben (Snow Stories), edited by Lawrence Schimel (Bruno Gmunder, 2000), pp. 92-102. It was also published in the anthology Stocking Stuffers, edited by David Laurents (Circlet Press, 2002), pp. 131-144. It was also published online in Asanteuk (www.asanteuk.com) (December 2002). This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“Christmas, 1987” first appeared in
LGNY, edited by Beth Stroud (December 31, 1995), pp. 12-17. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“Civil Disobedience” first appeared in
Christopher Street, edited by Neenyah Ostrom (Vol. 14, No. 10, Issue 166, November 11, 1991), pp. 43-46. It also appeared in the author’s collection Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994, and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.  The story was also excerpted in Velvet Mafia
, December 2008.

“Dancing on the Moon” first appeared in the author’s collection
Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994, and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

”Death in Amsterdam” first appeared in the author's collection
The Haunted Heart and Other Tales
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009. The story was also reprinted in Wilde Stories 2010 (Lethe Press), edited by Steve Berman.

“Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex” first appeared in the author’s collection
Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
(Green Candy Press, 2004).

“Desperado” first appeared as “Up from the Ashes” in the
Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, edited by Michael Martin Mills (Sunday, September 25, 1994), p. 6. It was also published under the title “Desperado” in Sunday magazine, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, edited by Anne Gordon (February 26, 1995), p. 6. The story was also included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 143-145.

“Dishes” first appeared in
The Oval, edited by Henry Eckert (Spring 1996), pp. 49-53. It was also published in Apocalypse 3, edited by Heather J. Hearn and Mimi Davis (Northeastern Illinois University, Spring 1997), pp. 16-20. It was also published in Art & Understanding, edited by David Waggoner (October 1997), pp. 50-51. It was also published in GayPlace
(www.gayplace.com), edited by Matt Ford (Winter 1999).

“Do I Know You?” first appeared in the anthology
I Do/I Don’t, edited by Greg Wharton and Ian Philips (Suspect Thoughts, 2004), pp. 98-100, and the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008. It was reprinted in Chelsea Station Magazine, May 16, 2014 and was included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp. 359-362.

“Drownings” first appeared in
580 Split, edited by Danielle Unis (Issue 4, Spring 2002), pp. 12-18. It was republished on www.nyfa.org as “What You Save.” A revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“Electricity” first appeared online in
Wit’s End Literary Cyberzine
(www.geocities.com/~witsendic), edited by Richard A. Vanaman (Summer 1997).

“Elvis is Alive and Working on Eighth Avenue” first appeared in the anthology
Best Gay Erotica 1999, edited by Richard Labonté and selected by Felice Picano (Cleis, 1998), pp. 75-84. It was also included in the author’s collection, Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
(Green Candy Press, 2004).

“Escapes” first appeared in
The Minnesota Review, edited by Jeffrey Williams (ns 43/44, Winter, 1995), pp. 47-61. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“Everybody is Always Somebody Else” first appeared online in
Velvet Mafia (www.velvetmafia.com), edited by Sean Meriwether (Issue 19, May 2006), and the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“Expatriates” first appeared in the author’s collection,
Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
, published in paperback by Green Candy Press in 2004.

“Faith” first appeared in three installments in
Art and Understanding, edited by David Waggoner (May 1996, June 1996, and July 1996), pp. 9-14 (May), pp. 12-17 (June), and pp. 12-17 (July). This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“Favors” first appeared in
Backspace, edited by Kimberley J. Smith (Vol. 3, No. 2, Winter, 1994-95), pp. 16-20. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“Fearless” first appeared in the anthology
Men on Men 5, edited by David Bergman (Plume, 1994), pp. 103-121. An excerpt of this story was also included in the anthology Man of My Dreams, edited by Christopher Navratil (Chronicle, 1996) pp. 141-144. It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004), and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.  It was reprinted in 2017 online at Great Jones Street.
 
“First Shave” first appeared in the anthology
Best Gay Erotica 1996, edited by Michael Ford and selected by Scott Heim (Cleis, 1996), pp. 21-25. It was also published in the anthology Rough and Ready, edited by David Laurents (Zipper 2000), pp. 29-34. It was also published in the anthology Best of the Best Gay Erotica, edited by Richard Labonté (Cleis, 2000), pp. 19-25. It was also included in the author’s collection, Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
(Green Candy Press, 2004).

“Flash Gordon at the Exclusive Dating Service for Men,” was recorded by the author on September 25, 1998 in New York City for the Web site
Marilyn’s Room (www.marilynsroom.com), edited by Marilyn Jaye Lewis. It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
(Green Candy Press, 2004).

“For the Record” first appeared in
Masquerade Journal, edited by Marti Hohmann (Vol. 7, No. 4, July-August 1998), pp. 12-13. It was also published in the anthology Feeling Frisky
, edited by David Laurents (Prowler, 1999), pp. 61-66.

“Ghosts” first appeared in the author’s collection
Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994, and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“Grown-ups” first appeared in the author’s collection
Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004).

“Guides” first appeared online in Blithe House Quarterly (www.blithe.com), edited by Aldo Alvarez (Vol. 1, No. 1, Summer 1997). It was also published in the anthology Best American Gay Fiction 3, edited by Brian Bouldrey (Little, Brown, 1998), pp. 115-128. An earlier and shorter version was published in Synaesthetic 3, edited by Alex Cigale (Fall 1995), p. 20. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“Health” first appeared in
Art & Understanding, edited by David Waggoner (Jan. 1999), pp. 30-33, 62-63, and the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“Heat” first appeared in the anthology
Our Mothers, Our Selves: Writers and Poets Celebrating Motherhood
, edited by Karen J. Donnelly and J.B. Bernstein (Bergin & Garvey, 1996), pp. 174-176.

“If In Summer” first appeared in
Blueboy
, edited by Jay Venise (Vol. 11, No. 2, June 1987), pp. 14-19, 82-83. It was the author’s first published short story.

“Impromptu” first appeared in the author’s collection,
Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
, published in paperback by Green Candy Press in 2004.

“Islands” first appeared in
Iris, edited by Dennis Adams and G. Crawford (Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter, 1994) pp. 29-39. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“It Could Happen Anywhere,” an excerpt from the author’s novel,
A Gathering Storm, was reprinted online in Chelsea Station Magazine
on October 9, 2014.

“Jade” first appeared in the author’s collection
Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994, and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“July” first appeared in the author’s collection
Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 73-83.

“July 2002” first appeared in
Best Gay Romance 2011, edited by Richard Labonté (Cleis, 2010), pp. 179-191. This story was also the opening chapter of the author’s novel The Third Buddha, published by Chelsea Station Editions in 2011. The story also appeared in Best Gay Stories 2011
, edited by Peter Dubé, and published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2011.

“Knives” first appeared in
Art & Understanding
, edited by David Waggoner (September/October, 1995), pp. 14-16. It was also performed as a monologue at the Empire Theater, Houston, Monologue Marathon, October 1, 1995.

"Lancelot's Secret" first appeared in the anthology ImageOutWrite Vol 5, edited by Gregory Gerard (2016, pp. 3-23) and Off the Rocks: An Anthology of GLBT Writing, Vol. 20, edited by Allison Fradkin (NewTown Writers Press, 2016) pp.  139-156.

“Lessons” first appeared in the anthology
Men Seeking Men, edited by Michael Lassell (Painted Leaf Press, 1998), pp. 60-71. It was also published in the anthology Overload, edited by David Laurents (Zipper, 2000), pp. 24-35. It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004). It was also included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 266-278

“Manhattan Transfer,” short story,
Confrontations, No. 101, Spring/Summer 2008, edited by Martin Tucker, pp. 84-105, and the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“Montebello View” first appeared in the author’s collection
Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994, and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“My Adventure with Tom Sawyer” first appeared in
Best Gay Romance 2014, edited by Timothy J. Lambert and R.D. Cochrane (Cleis, 2014), pp 18-24, and was reprinted in Best Gay Stories 2015
, edited by Steve Berman.

“My Night with Rudolph Valentino “ first appeared in
Next
magazine, October 26, 2012.

“Old Things” first appeared as “Keepers” in
The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, edited by Michael Martin Mills (Sunday, September 26, 1993) p. 6. It also served as the author’s introduction to the paperback version of Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS
, Penguin, 1994.

“On the Way Home” first appeared in
Buffalo Spree, edited by Johanna Hall Van De Mark (Vol. 28, No. 2, Summer 1994), pp. 41. It was also published as “A Secret Life” in the Sunday magazine, Cleveland Plain Dealer
, edited by Anne Gordon (April 9, 1995), p. 15.

“One of the Guys” first appeared in the anthology
Where the Boys Are
, edited by Richard Labonté (Cleis, 2007), pp. 34-48.

“Pasta Night” first appeared online in
GayPlace (www.gayplace.com), edited by Matt Ford (October 1997). It was also published in Circa 2000: Gay Fiction at the Millennium, edited by Robert Drake and Terry Wolverton (Alyson, 2000), pp. 76-95. This story was part of the original draft of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends. The story also appeared in the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“Problems” first appeared online in
Velvet Mafia
, edited by Sean Meriwether and Greg Wharton (Issue 13, November 2004).

“Rainbows” first appeared in
The Evergreen Chronicles, edited by Jim Berg and Susan Raffo (Vol. X, No. 2, Summer/Fall 1995), pp. 91-96. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000. It was also published in Upon A Midnight Clear
, edited by Greg Herren (Haworth, 2004), pp. 139-152.

“Reunions” first appeared in the anthology
Certain Voices, edited by Darryl Pilcher (Alyson, 1991), pp. 64-71. It also appeared in the author’s collection Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994, and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“Ribbons” first appeared
Art & Understanding, edited by David Waggoner (October/November 1993), p. 16-17. It was reprinted in Art & Understanding: Literature from the First Twenty Years of A&U (Black Lawrence Press, 2015), edited by Chael Needle and Diane Goettel, pp. . It was reprinted in Art & Understanding
in August 2015, pp. 51-52 and online on August 30, 2015.

“Searching for Pup,” excerpt from
The Third Buddha, Chelsea Station Magazine
, September 11, 2014.

“Snow” first appeared online in
Velvet Mafia (www.velvetmafia.com), edited by Sean Meriwether and Greg Wharton (Issue 1, November 2001). It was also published in the anthology Best Gay Erotica 2003, edited by Richard Labonté and selected by Michael Rowe (Cleis, 2003), pp. 58-67. It was also published in the anthology Best American Erotica 2004, edited by Susie Bright (Simon & Schuster, 2004). It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
(Green Candy Press, 2004). It was reprinted in 2017 online at Great Jones Street.
 
"Someone Like You" first appeared in the anthology
The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica, edited by Lawrence Schimel (Carroll & Graf, 2007), pp. 146-`63.  It also appeared in Best Gay Stories 2008, edited by Steve Berman (Lethe), and was included in the author's collection and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008. It was reprinted online in 2017 on Great Jones Street.
 
“Something from the Rain” first appeared in
Backspace, edited by Kimberly J. Smith (Vol. 2, No. 3, Spring 1994), pp. 8-9. A revised version was included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 152-153.

“Still Dancing” first appeared in the anthology
Rebel Yell, edited by Jay Quinn (Southern Tier, 2001), pp. 57-60, and was included in the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008. It was also included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 215-219.

“Stories” first appeared in
Art & Understanding, edited by David Waggoner (October 1998), pp. 28-30. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“Strength” first appeared in
Lisp, edited by David Kirby (Premier issue, Summer 1995), pp. 28-29. It was also included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 202-204.

“Thanksgivings,” an excerpt from the author’s novel,
Based on a True Story, was published on November 26, 2015 online on Chelsea Station Magazine
.

“That Summer” first appeared in
Backspace, edited by Kimberly J. Smith (Vol. 2, No. 1, Fall 1993), pp. 25-27. It was also published as “Undercurrents” in The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, edited by Michael Martin Mills (Sunday, June 26, 1994), p. 4. It was also published as “That Summer” in David’s Place Journal, edited by Rick Osborne and Marsh Cassady (Vol. 1.1, Fall 1994), pp. 113-114. It was also published as “Memories of a Lost Summer” in Sunshine magazine, Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel, edited by John Parkyn (April 16, 1995), p. 6. It was also published as “That Summer” in The Slate, edited by Karl Andruscavage, Chriss Dall, Patty Delaney, and Rachel Fulkerson (Vol. II, Issue 1, Summer 1996), pp. 9-11. It was also included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 187-189.

“The Absolute Worst” first appeared in the author’s collection
Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS
, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994.

“The Actress” first appeared in
Backspace
, edited by Kimberly J. Smith (Vol. 2, No. 4, Summer 1994), pp. 23-26.

“The Adjectives of Love” first appeared in
Blueboy
, edited by Jay Venise, (Vol. 11, No. 3, August 1987), pp. 80-89.

”The After Party” first appeared in the author's collection
The Haunted Heart and Other Tales
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009.

“The Best of Bobby Red” first appeared in the anthology
Porn! Dirty Gay Erotica, edited by Ian Philips and Greg Wharton (Haworth/Harrington Park Press, 2007), pp. 97-113, and was included in the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“The Bloomsbury Nudes” first appeared in
Unspeakable Horror: From the Shadows of the Closet, edited by Vince A. Liaguno and Chad Helder (Dark Scribe Press, 2008), pp. 16-40, was reprinted in Wilde Stories 2009, edited by Steve Berman (Lethe Press, 2009) and Art from Art (Modernist Press, 2011), and was included in the author's collection The Haunted Heart and Other Tales, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009.
The story was also a finalist for the 2010 Gaylactic Spectrum Awards in Short Fiction.

“The Chelsea Rose” first appeared in the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008, and was reprinted in Best Gay Stories 2009, edited by Steve Berman (Lethe Press, 2009).

“The Country House” first appeared in the anthology
Best Gay Romance 2008, edited by Richard Labonté (Cleis, 2007), pp. 100-119, and was included in the author's collection The Haunted Heart and Other Tales, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009, and reprinted in Shades of Blue and Gray: Ghosts of the Civil War
, edited by Steve Berman (Prime Books, 2013).

“The Devil’s Cake” first appeared in
Chelsea Station: Issue 1
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2011), pp. 48-56.

"The Dinner Party" was first published online at Great Jones Street in August 2017 and was reprinted online at Medium.com.

 “The Haunted Heart” first appeared in Cream Drops literary magazine, edited by David Olin Tullis (Issue 4, October 2005), pp. 16-48, and was included in the author's collection The Haunted Heart and Other Tales, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009. The collection was awarded a Black Quill award for Best Dark Genre Collection.

“The Incident at the Highlands Inn” first appeared in the author's collection
The Haunted Heart and Other Tales
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009.

“The Kindness of Strangers” first appeared in
Mandate, edited by George Dambach (Vol. 14, No. 2, February 1988), pp. 20-25. The story was a finalist in the 1987 Mandate
fiction writing contest. Freeman Gunter and Bill Baumer were the editors during the months of the competition.

“The Last Minute Friend” first appeared in
Playguy, edited by Stephen Dambach (Vol. 12, No. 9, September 1988), pp. 52-53, 84-87. A revised version was published in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 93-106.

“The Learning Curve" first appeared in
Nine Hundred & Sixty-Nine: West Hollywood Stories
, edited by Stephen Soucy (Modernist Press, 2008), pp. 91-110. It was reprinted online in 2017 at Great Jones Street.

“The Man in the Mirror” first appeared in
Icarus, edited by Steve Berman (Summer 2009), pp. 27-33, and was included in the author's collection The Haunted Heart and Other Tales, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009. It was reprinted online in Chelsea Station Magazine
on October 30, 2015.

"The Man of My Dreams” first appeared in the author’s collection
Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex
, published in paperback by Green Candy Press in 2004.

“The Names of Flowers” first appeared in
The Crescent Review
, edited by Dee Shneiderman (Vol. 7, No. 1, Fall 1989), pp. 49-59.

“The Secret” first appeared in
The Cape Cod Compass
, edited by Andrew Scherding (Vol. 35, Summer 1988), pp. 74-94.

“The Surrogate” first appeared in the anthology
Best Gay Erotica 1997, edited by Richard Labonté and selected by Douglas Sadownick (Cleis, 1997), pp. 151-161. It was also published in the anthology Hard at Work, edited by David Laurents (Zipper, 1999), pp. 147-164. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“The Theater Bug” first appeared in the author's collection
The Haunted Heart and Other Tales, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009. The story was also reprinted in Best Gay Stories 2010
(Lethe Press), edited by Steve Berman.

“The Vision” first appeared in the author's collection
The Haunted Heart and Other Tales
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009.

“The Woman in the Window” first appeared in
All Hallows, the journal of the Ghost Story Society, edited by Barbara Roden (Issue 42, Spring 2007), pp. 117-128.  It was also published in the anthology of GLBT speculative fiction, Wilde Stories 2008, edited by Steve Berman (Lethe, 2008), pp. 17-35, and was included in the author's collection The Haunted Heart and Other Tales, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009. It was reprinted online in Chelsea Station Magazine
on October 21, 2014.

“Three Lovers” first appeared online in
Velvet Mafia (www.velvetmafia.com), edited by Sean Meriwether and Greg Wharton (Issue 14, February 2005), and appeared in I Like It Like That, edited by Lawrence Schimel and Richard Labonte (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2009), pp 155-162. It was also included as an additional story in a reprint edition of the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Chelsea Station Editions, 2013) pp. 227-234, and was included as “Lovers” in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp. 363-370.

“Tricks and Treats,” excerpt from
The Forever Marathon, Chelsea Station Magazine
, April 2, 2014.

“Trust” first appeared in the anthology
Mammoth Book of Gay Erotica, edited by Lawrence Schimel (London: Robinson, 1997), pp. 155-175. It was also published in an American edition: Mammoth Book of Gay Erotica, edited by Lawrence Schimel (New York: Carroll & Graf, 1998), pp. 155-176. This story became part of the author’s novel Where the Rainbow Ends
, published in hardcover by Overlook in 1998 and paperback in 2000.

“Wait!” first appeared in
Velvet Mafia (October, 2008) and was included in the author's collection The Haunted Heart and Other Tales
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2009.

“Weekends” first appeared in the author’s collection
Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994. It was also published in the anthology All The Ways Home: Short Stories About Children and the Lesbian and Gay Communities
, edited by Cindy Rizzo, Jo Schneiderman, Lisa Schweig, Jan Shafer and Judith Stein (New Victoria Press, 1995), pp. 168-174.

“What Comes Around” first appeared in the author’s novel-in-stories
What Comes Around, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012. It was reprinted in Best Gay Stories 2013, edited by Steve Berman. It was also included in the author’s collection Until My Heart Stops
(Chelsea Station Editions, 2015), pp 208-214.

“What Counts Most” first appeared in the anthology
Boyfriends from Hell, edited by Kevin Bentley (Green Candy Press, 2002), pp. 13-30. It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004). A revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What Do You Call This?” first appeared in the author’s novel-in-stories
What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What Does it Take?” first appeared in the anthology
Wet Nightmares, Wet Dreams, edited by Michael Huxley (Star Books, 2004). A revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What is Enough?” first appeared as “What You Think” in
The Great Lawn, edited by David Olin Tullis (Summer 1997), pp. 57-63. It was also published in the anthology Best Gay Erotica 1998, edited by Richard Labonté and selected by Christopher Bram (Cleis, 1998), pp. 15-21. It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004). A revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What is Everything?” first appeared in the author’s novel-in-stories
What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What They Carried” first appeared in the author’s collection
Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994. An earlier version of this story was a finalist for the 1989 Nimrod/Katherine Anne Porter Award for Fiction. The story is also included in the anthology Making Literature Matter: An Anthology for Readers and Writers, edited by John Schilb and John Clifford (Bedford, 2000), pp. 1494-1503. This story was also included in the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“What You Fear” first appeared in the author’s novel-in-stories
What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What You Feel” first appeared in the anthology
Ex-Lover Weird Shit, edited by Debra Riggin Waugh (TOOTS Press, 1994), pp. 86-93. A revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What You Find” first appeared in the anthology
The Unmade Bed: Twentieth Century Erotica, edited by Marti Hohmann (Masquerade, 1998), pp. 89-107. It was also published online in Velvet Mafia (www.velvetmafia.com), edited by Sean Meriwether and Greg Wharton (Issue 5, November 2002). It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004). A revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What You Learn” first appeared online in
Absinthe Literary Review (www.absinthe-literary-review.com), edited by Charles Allen Wyman (Eros/Thanatos 2002 Issue, November 2002). It was also published online in Outsider Ink (www.outsiderink.com), edited by Sean Meriwether (Spring 2003 Issue, March 2003). It was also published in the anthology Best Gay Erotica 2004, edited by Richard Labonté and selected by Kirk Read (Cleis, 2004), pp. 160-172. It was also included in the author’s collection Desire, Lust, Passion, Sex (Green Candy Press, 2004). A revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What You Know of Him” first appeared in the author’s novel-in-stories
What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“What You Pay” first appeared in
Rainbow Curve, edited by Daphne Young (Issue 1, Spring 2002), pp. 54-60 A revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012, and reprinted in Chelsea Station: Issue 4
(2013).

“What You Talk About” first appeared in
Christopher Street, edited by Neenyah Ostrom (Vol. 14, No. 14, Issue 170, January 12, 1992), pp. 32-35. It also appeared in the author’s collection Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994. It was also translated by Erik Van der Woude for the Belgium gay publication Uitkomst (Jaargong 9, Nr. 6, November-December 1998), pp. 48-51. It was also included in the author's collection Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008, and a revised version was included in the author’s novel-in-stories What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions in 2012.

“When Your Boyfriend Decides to Be a Writer, Too," first appeared in
ISO Calendar of Days 2005
, compiled by David Rosen (InsightOut Books, 2004).

“Who is Us?” first appeared in the author’s novel-in-stories
What Comes Around
, published by Chelsea Station Editions 2012.

“Who The Boys Are” first appeared in
The Right Brain Review, edited Anthony M. Krier, Jr. and Richard Kolko (Northeastern Illinois University, Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1990), pp. 2-11. It also appeared in the author’s collection Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994, and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories
, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.

“Winter Coats” first appeared in the author’s collection
Dancing on the Moon: Short Stories About AIDS, published in hardcover by Viking in 1993 and in paperback by Penguin in 1994, and Still Dancing: New and Selected Stories, published in paperback by Lethe Press in 2008.