Category: E.M. Forster

Alec by William di Canzio

William di Canzio’s ALEC is an inspired tribute to E.M. Forster’s iconic gay novel, MAURICE (1971). In it, di Canzio gives the two lovers—Alec and Maurice—not only riveting back stories, but a beautifully articulated origin for their romance, all of which is wrapped up… Continue Reading “Alec by William di Canzio”

Mini-Reviews: Salinger, Forster, and Eagleton

Hi, folks!  I have been pressed for time, lately (lately? Please. This is nothing new, and we all know it) and I am way behind on reviews.  I “definitely” have four book reviews outstanding and “technically” have another three as well (texts I assigned… Continue Reading “Mini-Reviews: Salinger, Forster, and Eagleton”

Review: Briefer Reviews of Past Reads

Closer by Dennis Cooper I always promise myself that Dennis Cooper will not be able to shock me again; yet, he somehow manages to do so. For most readers, the majority of this book -start to finish- will be quite shocking, especially to those… Continue Reading “Review: Briefer Reviews of Past Reads”