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Introduction to a fairy My name’s Harlequin and I’m a fairy. Oh, not the kind you read about in Victorian children’s literature, although I do have wings as well as horns and claws, and there’s a certain amount of magic involved… We fae are virtually nocturnal, mostly by choice but perhaps originally to hide […]
(c) 2015, Adan Ramie For as long as she could remember, Aster had planned her garden like she planned her days: minute-by-minute. Everything in its place, she floated through the seasons, serene as a songbird on a branch. When she flipped up another page on her wall calendar, she felt like she was clipping […]
(c) 2017, Livingston Woolf. In my teens, my parents dragged me from specialist to specialist. They were ashamed of my “perversion” as my enlightened father called it. Ultimately, they dragged me to an endocrinologist who put me through a battery of tests. Mom and dad were shocked when they heard the doctor’s report “There’s an […]
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Victor Banis has been a friend and supporter of Wilde Oats and its predecessor Forbidden Fruit since our earliest days. Here’s an interview with him in Out Magazine. And you can read our interview with him, back in August 2010, … Continue reading
We’ve been busy uploading stories from the archives. And …. ta-da! … all the stories from our promo issue, way back in January 2009 have been uploaded. You can read the whole of our very first issue here. The … Continue reading
“The Frenchman” by Anel Viz appeared in our 9th issue (December 2011). Canada in the 1830s: A clerk for the Hudson’s Bay Company takes an interest in a gruff fur trapper and the half-breed boy who lives with him.
Originally posted on Gay Flash Fiction:
We sat here, on this, our porch, all those balmy evenings. Not talking, no need to really, no need to do nothin’. Anyhow, we were usually too tired to talk after such long hard…