Wild Boys: Gay Erotic Fiction

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Bad Boys and the Men Who Love Them

Take a walk on the wild side with these fierce tales of rough trade. Defy the rules and succumb to the charms of hustlers, jocks, kinky tricks, smart-asses, con men, straight guys and gutter punks who give as good as they get.

In Jeff Mann's "Satyr," a hillbilly hustler seduces an insatiable city bear while hitchiking. Two suburban black college students get it on with a southern redneck in Roscoe Hudson's ...

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Overview

Bad Boys and the Men Who Love Them

Take a walk on the wild side with these fierce tales of rough trade. Defy the rules and succumb to the charms of hustlers, jocks, kinky tricks, smart-asses, con men, straight guys and gutter punks who give as good as they get.

In Jeff Mann's "Satyr," a hillbilly hustler seduces an insatiable city bear while hitchiking. Two suburban black college students get it on with a southern redneck in Roscoe Hudson's edgy tale "Cosby Kids." In "The Outlaw Paulie Creed," Dale Chase's randy sheriff hunts for a wanted man and brings new meaning to the term pistol-whipped. "Mr. Lee's Men," by Joe Marohl, are two martial artists determined to best each other under the merciless gaze of their lustful master. Editor Labonté gets the party started with a few confessions of his own in Wild Boys, erotic stories that will bring you to your knees.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781573448246
  • Publisher: Cleis Press
  • Publication date: 9/18/2012
  • Pages: 232
  • Sales rank: 1,417,341
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard Labonté edits books, walks dogs and works as a chef's assistant at an addiction recovery center on Bowen Island, off the coast of British Columbia, Canada, after living in Los Angeles and San Francisco from 1979 to 2001. One of the founders of A Different Light Bookstore, he has coordinated the judging for the Lambda Literary Award since 2009. He reviews 100 queer books a year for Q Syndicate, which distributes "Book Marks," his fortnightly column and has edited the Best Gay Erotica series since 1996 (along with a couple of dozen other books for Cleis). Eight of his books, including five editions of Best Gay Erotica, have been Lammy finalists, and three of them have won the award.

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Wild Boys

Gay Erotic Fiction
By Richard Labonte

Cleis Press

Copyright © 2012 Richard Labonte
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9781573448246

Introduction: The Un-Wild Boy, That’s Me

Wild was never my style.

I was the sort of twelve-year-old kid who was asked by adults to look after…their own twelve-year-old kids. When I played ice hockey on the hose-flooded rink behind the base’s Post Exchange (I was a military brat), I apologized after board-checking a forward from the other team. I was the adolescent who convinced his peers that breaking into the bowling alley after hours was a bad idea (I set pins, so I had a key). When a schoolyard fight broke out, I inevitably played peacemaker (though I did enjoy hugging a brawler’s tight-muscled body from behind).

And, a few years on, I always called back guys who gave me their phone number—even if that was the only connection we made. So polite.

An antonym for “wild”?

“Richard.”

Well, I did stray from the straight and narrow on occasion…precocious sex with young enlisted men when I delivered newspapers to their barracks rooms, trysts on the leather couch of my University Student Council President’s office with a night cleaner, occasional forays into Griffith Park after I moved to Los Angeles in 1979, interludes of a threeway with two professional dancers (lovely legs!), some nude Radical Faerie cavorting through the 1980s, an et cetera here and there…but nothing particularly wild.

I was (am…) the un-Wild Boy.

Which is why assembling the stories for this anthology was such vicarious fun.
Wild young guys hooking up with more mature men; straight-arrow black college boys getting it on with a Southern redneck; a college kid bowing to the will of a wheelchair-bound older man; a wistful cop trying to recapture lost love with a street hustler; a young man thrashing a suit-and-tie businessman eager, after all, for a good spanking; two martial artists determined to best each other under the merciless gaze of their master…men taming youths, youths bringing men to their knees, young men living on the wild side getting their comeuppance—or the man of their dreams. Enjoy your read on the wild side.

Richard Labonté
Bowen Island, British Columbia


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Excerpted from Wild Boys by Richard Labonte Copyright © 2012 by Richard Labonte. Excerpted by permission.
All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc. solely for the personal use of visitors to this web site.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Un-Wild Boy, That’s Me - Richard Labonté
Excerpt from Tricked Out - J. M. Snyder Satyr - Jeff Mann The Hitter and the Stall - Michael Bracken The Outlaw Paulie Creed - Dale Chase Spare the Rod, Spoil the Adult - Landon Dixon Boy from Willow Creek - Martin Delacroix Sporn - Davem Verne Cosby Kids - Roscoe Hudson Sneak Thievery - R. G. Martin Going Back for Thirds - Hank Edwards Sometimes Sex Just…Happens - Daniel W. Kelly Spit Shine - C. C. Williams The Devil Tattoo - Jonathan Asche The Other Side of the Fence - Logan Zachary Red Right - Dominic Santi Mr. Lee’s Men - Joe Marohl

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