Richard Natale, a veteran journalist and editor, wrote and directed the gay-themed feature film romance “Green Plaid Shirt”, which is currently a best-selling DVD and streaming title for Wolfe Video, and won the National Playwright’s Competition for the comedy “Shuffle off This Mortal Buffalo,” which was produced in Los Angeles and Kansas City. Several of his stories that first appeared in Wilde Oats are now available through Torquere Press and thewritedeal.org, as is the story “Nine Weeks With Griff” and the short-story collection “Island Fever.” His young-adult adventure novel “Doubloon” will be published in fall 2014 by Double-Dragon Books and another novel, Café Eisenhower, a portion of which was excerpted in Wilde Oats as “Refrigeration Blues,” will be published by Bold Strokes Books, also in fall 2014.
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(c) Andres Fragoso, Jr., 2017 Barefoot I stand over the edge of the pool. Water swells beneath waiting for my soul. I look ahead. My father cringes when he sees Kyle hold my hand. What is my father doing here? He places his hands in a circle around his mouth and screams. I’m sure he’s […]
(c) 2017, Madison Lawson I decide to write her a letter. Texting is too informal. Calling or talking in person is too scary. So, I’m going to buy stationary. And a new pen. Not that I don’t already have paper and pens at home, but it all seems… unworthy of the letter. So I go […]