Scheduled to read are J.H. Trumble author of Don’t Let Me Go; Kelly Sinclair author of In the Now; Jeanne Thornton author of The Dream Doctor of Bantam; William Jack Silby author of Sighs Too Deep For Words; Brad Boney author of The Nothingness of Ben; and R.E. Bradshaw author of Molly: House on Fire.
J.H. Trumble is a Texas native. She currently lives in The Woodlands, and she’s a graduate of Sam Houston State University. She’s a librarian, an LGBT advocate, and mom to two teenagers, including a gay daughter. Her debut DON’T LET ME GO is a finalist in the gay romance category.
Kelly Sinclair is a Lammys SF finalist for her novel, IN THE NOW, published by Blue Feather Books. Her other novels are: "Lesser Prophets," "Accidental Rebels," and "If the Wind Were a Woman.” A singer-songwriter, she is writing a rock musical. Sinclair earned her BA from UT-Permian Basin.
Jeanne Thornton lives and writes in Austin, Texas. She is a cofounder of Fiction Circus and copublisher of the alt-comics newspaper Rocksalt, as well as the creator of the comic strips "The Man Who Hates Fun" and "Bad Mother." She has an undying love for the Beach Boys and is writing her next novel about them. She maintains a website at fictioncircus.com/Jeanne. Her novel, THE DREAM OF DR. BANTAM is nominated for LGBT Debut Fiction.
William Jack Sibley's first novel ANY KIND OF LUCK was published by Kensington in 2001. It was nominated for a Lambda award, The Texas Institute of Letters John Bloom Award and the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year. Sighs Too Deep For Words has been short-listed for the 2013 Lambda Literary Awards “General Fiction,” the 2012 Foreword Reviews “Book of the Year” and the 2013 Balcones Fiction Prize.
Brad Boney was born in Ohio and went to college at NYU. He received a Master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1990 and has lived here ever since. His debut novel, The Nothingness of Ben, was named a Lammy finalist in Gay Romance.
R. E. Bradshaw, a native North Carolinian, worked in professional theatre and taught university and high school classes before publishing her first book in 2010. Three years and twelve publications later, Bradshaw is a back-to-back Lambda Literary Award Finalist in Mystery, for Rainey Nights and Molly: House on Fire.
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