Author Archives: Gary Garth McCann

Welcome

My novels: THE SHAPE OF THE EARTH (erotic gay, in 2019 from Bold Strokes Books) * THE MAN WHO ASKED TO BE KILLED (noir legal thriller) reviewed at THE WASHINGTON INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF BOOKS * My stories online:  INCORRIGIBLE in EROTIC REVIEW MAGAZINE * THE YEARBOOK in MOBIUS: A JOURNAL OF SOCIAL CHANGE * My other stories … Continue reading

Posted in He Wishes She Wouldn't Read in Bed, MY NOVELS & STORIES & BLOGS & VIDEOS, short stories, VIDEOS | Leave a comment

ANOTHER REASON TO HAVE A PROSTATE EXAM

Republished from a tweet by Helen @Hells4Heroes

Posted in humor | Leave a comment

EVA KAPITAN, NOVELIST, PUBLISHER, JOYOUS LAUGHER, DIED APRIL 4, 2018

Author of the novels Lovers, Grapes and Crimes and Murder at the Wine Cask Inn, also proprietor of A Few Good Books Publishing, Eva selected quotations to appear on A Few Good Books Publishing web page that tell more about her than I could … Continue reading

Posted in Author interviews, autobiographical memory, Book quotes, humor, interviews, The Man Who Asked to Be Killed, writer's life | Tagged | Leave a comment

THE SHAPE OF THE EARTH

March 22, 2018 Announcement: New Title from Gary Garth McCann Bold Strokes Books is pleased to announce the acquisition of Gary Garth McCann’s new work of gay erotic fiction, The Shape of the Earth, scheduled for release in 2019 from Bold … Continue reading

Posted in MY NOVELS | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Wherever you go, there it is: home town, U.S.A.

“This was a world of vast parking lots connected to one another by roads that, due to congestion, often looked like vast parking lots. Every motel, restaurant, pet shop, and cinema was part of a national chain, giving the whole … Continue reading

Posted in art, blogs, Book quotes, commentary, humor | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

“Where else but in America would our beastly relatives have had the freedom to behave as abominably as they did?”

Last night I heard this line on the 1960s Dobie Gillis show and immediately thought of the present day and of a certain person whose descendants might need it.

Posted in humor | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

“When you get born your father and mother lost something out of themselves.”

In writing a 2/20/18 column for Late Last Night Books online magazine, I included the quote, above and below, from Robert Penn Warren’s All the King’s Men. In his momentary thinking, a young man is trying to free himself from what he … Continue reading

Posted in autobiographical memory, nostalgia | Tagged , | Leave a comment