1950s Washington, DC. James has just accepted a teaching position for the State Department. But after too many drinks at his own housewarming party, he meets Henry, a doctor and his neighbor. Their connection is immediate, but after a drunken kiss they end up parting ways with alarm.
That’s just beginning of a story that spans two decades: a story of a secret relationship, strained marriages, crumbling lives, and ultimately a love strong enough to withstand all of it.
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Megan McFerren enjoys exploring queer history through erotic romance, and illuminating the love that once dared not speak its name. After studying Victorian and Ancient Germanic literature at university, she moved from West Texas to New York City, where she’s been for ten years.
In those rare hours not spent at work or writing, she enjoys photographing pigeons, good whiskey, and working her way through everything by Evelyn Waugh and Cormac McCarthy. She’s presently wrangling several novellas into shape, and enjoying multiple collaborative efforts in long form, short form, and even comics.
Her adventures in word-shuffling can be followed on Twitter @asacredprofane. She has shared stories in anthologies from Cleis, Torquere Press, Transmundane, Liz McMullen, Love Slave, Insatiable Press, and more.
Mentally living in one timezone and working in another, Val tries to make the best of tiny island living. When not working on collaborative pieces, Val enjoys negotiating keyboard rights with her cat and trying to learn how to whistle. Val has stories published by Less Than Three Press, TQ Review, Crab Fat Magazine, Polychrome Ink and Lit Select. She can be found at:
Her website: http://valprozorovawriter.space/.