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Xavier Mayne

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This is a 21st Century writer, not to be confused with the pen-name also used by Edward Prime-Stevenson, author of Imre.

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Xavier Mayne is the pen name of a professor of English who works at a university in the Midwest United States. Versed in academic theories of sexual identity, he is passionate about writing stories in which men experience a love that pushes them beyond the boundaries they thought defined their sexuality. He believes that romance can be hot, funny, and sweet in equal measure.

The name Xavier Mayne is a tribute to the pioneering gay author Edward Prime-Stevenson, who also used it as a pen name. He wrote the first openly gay novel by an American, 1906’s Imre: A Memorandum, which depicts two masculine men falling in love despite social pressures that attempt to keep them apart.
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This is a 21st Century writer, not to be confused with the pen-name also used by Edward Prime-Stevenson, author of Imre.

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