Hard Lessons: Gay Erotic Fiction

Hard Lessons: Gay Erotic Fiction

by Johnny Murdoc
     
 
Hard Lessons collects the latest work by Johnny Murdoc, including his Best Gay Erotica 2011 contribution, “Bodies in Motion.” Each of the four stories in this collection were previously only available in some of the best erotica collections of the past few years, including Murdoc’s contribution to Headmaster Magazine.

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Overview

Hard Lessons collects the latest work by Johnny Murdoc, including his Best Gay Erotica 2011 contribution, “Bodies in Motion.” Each of the four stories in this collection were previously only available in some of the best erotica collections of the past few years, including Murdoc’s contribution to Headmaster Magazine.

In “Kick, Push,” a young banker crashes head first—literally—into the living embodiment of his former punk days and finds himself throwing caution to the wind once again. “Man, They Say Cutter’s Gay” tells the story of a young boxer-in-training who finds himself naked in the locker room with the gym’s boxing champion, a man he happens to be deeply in lust with. “Here There be Rebels,” continues the tale of Headmaster Magazine’s titular character as he finds a way to channel the raw masculinity of the student body into a relationship with Elliott, a young Applied Mechanics professor. And finally, in “Bodies in Motion,” a science teacher and the assistant coach find themselves redefining the jock/nerd experience as first-year teachers at their old high school.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013346376
Publisher:
Queer Young Cowboys
Publication date:
09/12/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
735 KB

Meet the Author

Johnny Murdoc is 30 years old and lives in St. Louis, MO with his partner of nine years. His interests include porn, comics, and copyright law. He likes bike rides and sci-fi movies.

His stories have appeared in various anthologies, including Best Gay Erotica 2011 and Skater Boys.

He is a co-founder of Sex Positive St. Louis (sexstl.com), an organization dedicated to improving the dialogue about sex in the city of St. Louis and providing safe spaces for discussion and education.

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