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JD Glass

JD Glass is the author of American Library Association (Stonewall) and Lambda Literary Award (Literature) finalist Punk Like Me, Punk And Zen, Lambda Literary and Ben Franklin Award finalist Red Light, GCLS finalist American Goth, and X; selection editor of GCLS Award winning anthology Outsiders, and listed on the Advocate's Top 100 (2011) for CORE, Vol.1 Iss.1. JD's latest releases are Nocturnes (an erotic collection), Glass Lions, Punk & Zen Pt.1: The ReMix (Extended DJ Cut), Interludes, First Blood, and the forthcoming Punk & Zen Pt. 2: The ReMaster (Deep DJ Cut). Called by some the voice of a generation and the erotic philosopher by others, JD works in often familiar-seeming worlds, with people we know, people like ourselves, people we’d like to meet, and provides powerful stories that allow the reader to rejoice and wonder, stumble and fall, then rejoice victoriously again at the amazing experience of being human.

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Yancey Gates: A Dialogue With Self

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In the fast-paced cyberpunk world of political intrigue and betrayal, sex and surfing, two people must decide to live by the code, even if it requires the ultimate sacrifice.

Charli Riven works and plays hard. She’s known as CharliX to the Consortium, a community of coders, hackers, and crackers. When she's leading the code-jockeys, Charli turns her relentless focus to surfing—and to Anna Pendleton, her brilliant colleague: the only person Charli's ever trusted, in or out of bed.

But unknown to Charli is that Anna is a CIA plant, hot on the trail of rogue agent, John Romello. And neither of them knows that Charli is the object of Romello's quest: he believes she and other Gen-Xers hold the genetic key to his new world order. When the system is breached and the waves begin to collapse around them, will Charli and Anna solve for X in time?

 

 

 

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  • Title: X
  • Author: JD Glass
  • Genre: LGBTQ/Thriller/Cyber-Punk
  • Length: 228 pages
  • Release Date: September 21, 2017
  • ISBN-13: 978-1976436000
  • Imprint: Black Hawk

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