July 16, 2015

Paul Alan Fahey on The Other Man

Since its publication by JMS Books in the spring of 2013, people have been talking about The Other Man: 21 Writers Speak Candidly About Sex, Love, Infidelity, & Moving On.

Here are a few samples:

"Full of bad behavior and ugly emotions. Contains some fine truths and excellent storytelling." -- Christopher Bram, author of Gods and Monsters and Eminent Outlaws

"By turns sprightly, poignant, piquant, sexy, scary, keen, naïve, heartbreaking." -- Richard Stevenson, Lambda Award-winning author of the Don Strachey private eye novels.

"Impassioned, witty, powerful voices examine infidelity and its effects on love, trust, and truth." -- Dennis Palumbo, psychotherapist and author of the acclaimed Daniel Rinaldi mystery series.

"You'll find a lot of entertainment in the many emotions of Paul Alan Fahey's extraordinary anthology, The Other Man ... as expected, the pieces run the gamut from hilarious to heartbreaking." -- Jerry Wheeler, Out in Print

"I devoured it. An absolutely addicting book." -- Kilian Melloy, Assistant Arts Editor, EDGE Media Network

In brief, The Other Man, an anthology of personal essays, is an artistic collaboration by and about gay men and their relationships. If you've ever been the other man, had him invade your life, or if you're just plain curious about this beguiling, sexy, and unpredictable creature, then this anthology of personal essays is for you. Twenty-one of our most acclaimed authors -- many Lambda Award winners and finalists, such as Rob Byrnes, Jeff Mann, Tom Mendicino, Erik Orrantia, Felice Picano, and David Pratt, write candidly about either being the other man, suffering the other man, or having their relationships tested by infidelity.

And I've saved the best news for last. Playwright Bernard Rice recently adapted The Other Man for the theater. The play will be workshopped this month at Chicago Dramatists on the way to its theatrical premiere.

By purchasing The Other Man this July, not only will you save a whopping 30% off the original price, but also a portion of the sales goes to the It Gets Better project. It's win-win all the way. Find out what everyone is talking about.

Read an excerpt or download a copy today!

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