Review of FROM WHERE WE SIT: Black Writers Write Black Youth

Lambda Literary Foundation reviews the anthology FROM WHERE WE SIT: Black Writers Write Black Youth (ed. Victoria A.  Brownworth).
Two of my stories appear here.

One excerpt:
Craig Laurence Gidney’s new diva worship classic, “Circus Boy Without A Safety Net,” humorously delivers some much needed levity to gay coming-of-age topic that is inherently heavy.

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