Jane Hoppen, Jeremy Jordan King, Andrew J. Peters, Nora Olsen, Joel Gomez-Dossi, Daniel W. Kelly, Trinity Tam, and Nell Stark present a tasting platter of their freshest, most recent Bold Strokes Books novels. Here’s something to whet the appetite for all genres, all genders, and all interests.
Jane Hoppen‘s debut novel, In Between, was published by Bold Strokes Books in December 2013 and was a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award. Her novella, The Man Who Was Not, was released in June 2014. Jane has also had stories published in a variety of literary magazines.
Andrew J. Peters is an author, an activist and an educator. His published work includes the young adult fantasy The Seventh Pleiade and the Werecat series. While writing, Andrew has spent most of his career as a social worker for LGBT youth. He is an administrator and an adjunct professor at Adelphi University, and lives in Kew Gardens, NY with his husband and their cat Chloë.
Nora Olsen is the author of the YA novels Frenemy of the People, Swans & Klons, and The End: Five Queer Kids Save the World. Her next book, Maxine Wore Black, is forthcoming from Bold Strokes Books in October.
Joel Gomez-Dossi started his career as a theatrical stage manager. He then became a production manager and producer for PBS, and finally turned to freelance writing, working for regional publications across the country. He is the author of two novels published by Bold Strokes Books, Pursued and Deadly Cult.
Daniel W. Kelly is the author of the erotic horror novels Combustion, No Place for Little Ones, and Rise of the Thing Down Below. He is also creator of Boys, Bears & Scares, a website dedicated to gay male horror.
Nell Stark is an award-winning author of lesbian romance. The Princess Affair (2013) was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist, and in 2010, everafter (with Trinity Tam) won a Goldie award in the paranormal romance category. When she is not writing, Nell works as the Chair of English, Philosophy, and Religious Studies at a college in the SUNY system.