My novel Ockham's Razor (2009) is a work of creative nonfiction that features a romance between two gay young men, both raised in the Mormon Church. It also fictionalizes my experiences in my early 20s as a nurse's aide at a detox center in Tacoma, Washington. The book wrestles with, as one reviewer writes, "choice and determinism, isolation and connection, absolutes and relativity, addiction and health, normality and perversity, lust and love."
When I have time, I would like to write another novel in the genre of queer speculative fiction (in which I do editing work for Blind Eye Books).
Some not-safe-for-work creative and community-building projects of mine include a 4-part erotic story "Korean Dude Gets His Wish," and a translation into German the American yaoi webcomic Teahouse by Emirain.