Today we have a special reading - an entire short story! Shine On Harvest Moon is by the wonderful Jeff Baker - and I'll explain a little about it in the audio:
Shine On Harvest Moon
A Demeter's Bar story
by Jeff Baker
ABOUT THE STORY:
The Demeter’s Bar Stories came about because of two books of barroom tall tales I loved; “Tales From Gavagan’s Bar” by L. Sprague DeCamp and Fletcher Pratt (fantasy stories), and “Tales From The White Hart,” by Arthur C. Clarke (science fiction stories.) I was thinking one day about the fact that while Arthur C. Clarke was gay he didn’t write about a lot of LGBT characters (he didn’t live in that era) and I thought of his “White Hart” stories and realized nobody has done a series of science fictional stories told in a gay bar. So I created Demeter’s Bar, based a little on a couple of places I knew and when (to my utter shock) the first two stories were published, I was off and running and have about seven stories finished so far.
“Shine On Harvest Moon” was written from a picture prompt (of men frolicking in the ocean) on the Friday Flash Fics Facebook page, and appeared on the authorjeffbaker.com website April 20, 2018.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Called “(one of) the hottest authors in the independent horror scene,” by Hellbound Books in 2017, Jeff Baker grew up reading comic books, Arthur Conan Doyle stories and watching T.V. shows like “Night Gallery.” He has made a living as a truck driver for over 25 years and writes on the side. His stories can be found in several of the QueerSciFi anthologies, and places like Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine. He lives happily in Wichita, Kansas with his husband Darryl.
Angel writes (mostly) Science Fiction and Fantasy centered around gay heroes. Currently living part time in the hectic sprawl of northern Delaware and full time inside her head, she has one husband, one son, two cats, a love of all things beautiful and a terrible addiction to the consumption of both knowledge and chocolate.