Tag Archives: Travel

21May/21

Alexander Watson

May 21, 2021

It gives us great pleasure to welcome Alexander Watson as the guest on Season 6, Episode 20 – Is Madam Having Coffee?

Alexander Watson delights and entertains us with the story behind his book River Queens. We discuss everything from upending one’s life, meeting river folk who’ve never seen a gay man, and partner shenanigans that strengthened the relationship.

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The Harrises are strict teetotaling, sabbatarian farmers, but Dale drinks. The Watsons are urbane, philandering, wanton alcoholics, but Alexander does not drink. These are but two of the myriad incongruities which bind their thirty-year partnership together.

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20Dec/19

Trebor Healey

December 20, 2019


It gives us great pleasure to welcome Trebor Healey as the guest on Episode 247 – I Took All These Trips and I Didn’t Pay For Any Of It!

Trebor Healey shares his journey through Latin America, discusses his latest release, Falling, a collection of short stories, and touches on political, social, and economic issues and how they relate to queer life.

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Trebor Healey is the recipient of a Lambda Literary award, two Publishing Triangle awards and a Violet Quill award. He is the author of three novels, A Horse Named Sorrow, Faun, and Through It Came Bright Colors; a book of poetry, Sweet Son of Pan; and two previous collections of stories, A Perfect Scar and Eros & Dust. He co-edited (with Marci Blackman) Beyond Definition: New Writing from Gay and Lesbian San Francisco and co-edited (with Amie M. Evans) Queer & Catholic.

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05Apr/19

Cameron Yorke

April 5, 2019


It gives us great pleasure to welcome Cameron Yorke as the guest on Episode 210 – The New Normal!

Cameron Yorke joins us to share his experiences with the chemsex culture, how they inspired his memoirs Chasing the Dragon and Candy Flipping, and his experience as a world traveler.

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** NOTE: Chasing the Dragon is a FREE ebook for the month of April 2019 at all online bookstores!!!

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Cameron Yorke is a 2017 Koestler Trust Award winner and Author of five books. He was born in New Zealand, and has worked as a freelance Journalist for the past 20 years. He has a love of food, wine, travel and fashion, is an acclaimed food critic, writing for international travel and lifestyle magazines worldwide, He has traveled extensively and lived in many countries before moving to Britain in 2005, where he has written presented and produced documentaries, television series and short films.

His books are mainly of a memoir and self-help genre, or travel and lifestyle, but all are based on personal experience. He is a keen advocate for gay rights, along with prison reform and rehabilitation, and has also founded a charity to support victims of drugs and the chem-sex culture, funded by the proceeds of his books of the same genre. He is currently single, bloody hard to live with, set in his ways, and incredibly selfish! He is a dedicated Europhile, is trying hard to be Euro-trash, and divides his time between homes in Gran Canaria and Monaco.

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