"Ex-Gay therapy is both ineffective and traumatizing and often leaves wounds which may feel impossible to heal. Until now, there were few books that offered hope for people who have endured this torture and brainwashing. In Ex-gay, No Way, Jallen Rix shares his inspiring story, the path that leads out of self-loathing and depression." --Darren Main, author of Hearts & Minds: Talking to Christians about Homosexuality
Monday, October 11 @ 7:30pm
EMPIRE: THE NOVEL OF IMPERIAL ROME
New York Times bestselling author and "modern master of historical fiction" (USA Today) Steven Saylor introduces his highly-anticipated new novel EMPIRE and focuses on the heavy homosexual undertones only at A Different Light. The Pinarius family witnesses the madness of Caligula and Nero, the eruption of Vesuvius, the burning of Rome, the spectacular opening games of the Colosseum, the persecution of Jews and Christians and much more.
Thursday, October 14 @ 7:30pm
ANNUAL MYSTERY PANEL
Anthony Bidulka, Ellen Hart, Greg Herren
Gay mystery writers Bidulka and Herren return to A Different Light and bring Ellen Hart along this time. The three authors read and sign from their 2010 books and discuss the state of gay mystery. Anthony Bidulka (Date with a Sheesha), Ellen Hart (Wicked Games), Greg Herren (Vieux Carre Voodoo: A Scotty Bradley Mystery).
Tuesday, October 19 @ 7:30pm
KRAKOW MELT - OCTOBER BOOK CLUB SELECTION
Daniel Allen Cox
This second novel by Lambda Literary Award finalist is an incendiary story about two pyromaniacs who fight homophobia in Krakow, Poland. Radek, a bisexual artist, is convinced that fire is the great stabilizer. Driven by rage, sexual curiosity and Pink Floyd, lovers will buck church, government and the LGBT community to find sexual freedom. Provocative and unnerving, Krakow Melt is at once a love letter and a fiery call to arms.
Friday, October 22 @ 7:30pm
GAY FICTION PANEL
G.A. Hauser, Alan Chin & Kage Alan
From erotic to campy, gay fiction comes in all shapes and sizes. A Different Light brings three authors to read and sign from their new novels and comment on their experience capturing the gay experience in book format. G.A. Hauser (Hot Rod), Alan Chin (Match Maker), Kage Alan (Gaylias: Operation Thunderspell).
I write novels, short stories and screenplays.
I am the author of eight published novels and three unpublished screenplays. You can read about all my pubished works at http://alanchinauthor.com
I live and write half of each year at my home in Southern California, and spend the other half of each year traveling the globe with my husband, Herman Chin.