Wilde Oats is an online literary magazine. It celebrates gay and bisexual fiction. It embraces the joys and agonies of life for gay and bisexual men, from hard gritty realism to wild flights of romantic fantasy.

Wilde Oats has gone through some big changes in recent months: we have moved to a new server and changed our appearance. The journal is published three times a year - in April, August and December. Between issues, you can find out what's happening, read snippets of new stories, see new artwork, and keep up to date by visiting us here.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Victor Banis, Doyen of Gay Writing

Victor is an old friend to Wilde Oats. We've published a couple of his stories: Canals of Mars, a touching love story; and Strip Search, a wry reflection on getting old. We've also published a chapter from his novel Deadly Nightshade and in the most recent issue, an interesting and fun interview with him.

We're honoured to have his support. In our efforts to provide our readers with quality romantic and erotic male-to-male fiction, it's good to have stories from writers like him.

Victor Banis' website is here.

1 comment:

  1. My first exposure to Victor's writing was an essay he submitted to the anthology I edited, Paws and Reflect: A Special Bond Between Man and Dog.

    Victor's piece was about two dogs he had lived with and loved, the the relationship between the two of them. It was a wonderful introduction to his writing.