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    BDANR

    • Author: Author
    • 5 Stories
    • 194 Reviews
    • 82,260 Words
    • No website available

    Poetry writer and storyteller, novels and short stories. Have dabbled in prose and essays. Most of my work pertain to being black and gay in this world.
  1. There is No Forever

    By BDANR, in Fiction. 08/11/2017 (Updated: 10/20/2017)

    There is No Forever is a story about three friends living on the infamous James Street, the gayborhood of the city. Playboys, abandonment, violence, each manage life’s unexpected obstacles that bring them together while simultaneously ripping them apart.

  2. Loving Fiercely: How I Resist

    By BDANR, in Poetry. 07/28/2017 (Updated: 10/19/2017)

    Letters, poems, prose, and short stories I've written as a means of resistance and healing as a black gay man. Includes a letter from a father to his son, experiences with dating, life after Trayvon Martin's death, and other subject matters. 

  3. The Night Before

    By BDANR, in Fiction. 10/18/2017 (Updated: 10/18/2017)

    A short story about a young college student who has a one night stand with a man he didn't know. Lesson: You never know who you're taking to bed with you.

  4. Jason

    By BDANR, in Fiction. 08/22/2017 (Updated: 09/10/2017)

    A story I wrote when I was 19 in college, the story revolves around four high school teens and their in-school and out-of-school shenanigans. Playful and silly, a story for the teens and the high school artists within us and among us.

  5. When it All Seemed Okay, and the Storm Never Came

    By BDANR, in Fiction. 08/08/2017 (Updated: 08/08/2017)

    A short story, two friends, Damien and Jordan, get together for a college reunion, recalling their old school days. But after Damien reveals that an old friend from their past will also be making an appearance, an earth-shattering secret is revealed. Their friendships will be tested in a way neither saw coming and leaves us with the unsettling question for Damien as well as the reader: What would you do?

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