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Q&A with Comicality – Part 1

[WARNING: The post may contain spoilers.]

Well everyone who reads gay fiction online has heard of him. He’s a legend in himself. Comicality has written such stories as Gone from Daylight, Savage Moon, and New Kid in School.

Here I present part 1 of my interview with him.

Q. Tell me a little about yourself.

Q&A with Dom Luka

Dom Luka is the author of many stories such as In The Fish Bowl and The Ordinary Us. He is looked up to by other gay authors, and I had a chance to chat with him.

Q. Tell me a little about yourself.

Dogs not cats, I have six toes on one foot, I like snow but not cold and I have too many sisters. Kidding about the six toes.

Q. What inspires you to write?

Most of the time it’s just getting an idea that inspires me. If it nags me enough it turns into a story. I like the creative outlet, and when it’s there I have to write more than I want to write.

Q&A with Linxe Termoil

This time we have an interview with Linxe Termoil, who is a relatively new author on Gay Authors.

Q. Tell me a little about yourself.

Hrm. I live in the middle of nowhere, joined the U.S. Navy in 2000 and got out in 2006. After a couple of years of floating around doing nothing I went back to school and, in that time, I stumbled across G.A. Mostly in part thanks to DomLuka’s “The other side of me” which I read on Nifty. The story chapters weren’t complete on Nifty so I ended up following the site link to his site over here. After finishing The Other Side of Me I joined the site and said hi, read some more of his stuff and I went and read CJ’s stuff, after I got through that I was reading Shadowgod’s stuff and then Dan Kirk’s stuff. Then I decided that I could write too, since I’ve always loved reading.

Left to Ashes, SNL, etc.

So chapter 6 of Left to Ashes is up in the Yahoo! Group, with chapter 5 submitted to Nifty and Gay Authors. The notable event has occurred. New Moon has opened in theatres! Woo!

Now for something different, a sketch from Saturday Night Live:

50 questions with author Emulated

[WARNING: The post may contain spoilers.]

Emulated is best known for his stories A Vulcan’s Love and American Differences. I spent some time getting to know him, and asking a few questions in an interview with him. Here is what he had to share.

Q. Tell me what sort of stuff inspires you in your writing?

A. All different things inspire me in my writing. Sometimes a particular story line/plot may be based on a similar event that I am aware of personally, but most of the time it’s all decided in my head. Amusingly, I get a lot of inspirations during car journeys. I have no idea why, but I can come out of the car at the other end brimming with ideas!

Klingon summer school

I was visiting the GayAuthors website, when I found this amusing video.


Diversity of gay writing

So one of my absolute favourite stories was updated for the first time yesterday, and I am so happy. For anyone who hasn’t read The Scrolls of Icaria by Jamie, needs to have their heads examined. This is one amazing story.

Other stories that have had updates that I absolutely love:
*Gone from Daylight by Comicality.
*Almost anything by David McLeod
*Last Goodbye by Meeko
*Teep by Wolfwalker
*The Guardians by Rilbur
*The Price of Friendship by Graham

Other stories I’m watching that have been updated:
*The Gatekeeper
*The Ascended
*How the Light Gets In by Duncan Ryder