The Great Man
Scott Beach manages to get into bed with his literary hero, and doesn’t want to get out. Abruptly dismissed following their first heated encounter, the twenty-eight-year old San Francisco writer goes on to engineer a second round some days later and it is there that Lucian Paul Sperring, fifty-eight-year old famed man of letters, warns him away:
“Don’t mistake this for intimacy, Scott. It’s fucking and I mean to keep it that way.”
A relationship nevertheless ensues but entirely on Sperring’s terms, which spring from his emotional distance, the result of unrelenting grief over the sudden death of his longtime partner. Dale Chase's newest erotic novel promises readers a torrid tale of obsession and a roller-coaster ride of emotions.
Publication of The Great Man marks Dale Chase's twentieth year writing gay men's erotica. And it's her hottest novel yet. Dale thrives on a creative life interspersed with bits of reality. Invention is her passion, putting words together her play. A straight woman who had written for many years before wandering into gay fiction, she found a home in a wonderfully welcoming literary community where she continues to thrive. After starting with contemporary gay erotica in magazines and anthologies, Dale moved into historical fiction, first Victorian, then the old west. To date over two hundred of her stories have been published in magazines and anthologies, including translation into Italian and German. A California native, Dale lives near San Francisco where, when she's not writing, she enjoys a lifelong passion for making art: drawing, painting, papier mache sculpture, making art from found objects, and magazine paper collage. Her website is dalechasestrokes.com
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Cruising Culture: Promiscuity, Desire and American Gay Literature (Tendencies: Identities, Texts, Cultures)