Augie Schoenberg is twenty-two, an aspiring filmmaker at a school without a film school, and desperately single. He's just moved into the Harley Hutt, the wildest party house on campus, and has fallen hard for his roommate Victor Radhakrishna, a campus political activist who is, for Augie, "a practical demi-god: a crusader for justice in skateboarding shoes." The problem is, Augie is the only gay one in the house - or so he thinks. Set in a raucous Midwestern college town, The Unborn Spouse Situation is a darkly comic novel of sex, betrayal, and cultural clashes. Augie's search for love takes him from the cornfields of Illinois, to the gay beach and underground clubs of Chicago, and finally to the ecstasy-fueled nightlife of London, where Victor's secret threatens to keep the two apart forever. Whether in this relationship or in two other doomed romances - one with a deeply closeted Mexican-American frat boy, and the other with a Cuban pro baseball player - Augie finds that the deceptively free Midwestern environment holds more obstacles to these relationships than even he had thought. Written in a raucous, voyeuristic style, Augie's story won't disappoint readers looking for a wild, sexy ride.