Refraction Cycle

In Refraction Cycle, a 40-something moderately-emotionally-stable, quasi-successful artist reflects on life as a gay child and teenager in the 80s and 90s through poetry. Touching on issues of abandonment, love, abuse and assault, loss, and self-discovery, nothing is off the table in this emotional reflection.


Synchronicity is a modern slice-of-life gay fiction with overarching themes of establishing one’s identity in the larger world, as well as in gay culture, overcoming trauma, and romance.  The story unfolds in first person through the eyes of the three main characters, as well as their love interests.