Actual books I've read:Tanith Lee - Death's Master
(part of the Flat Earth series) < really enjoyed this one. Beautifully written
I've read Mercedes Lackey
, but those had no gay content. I didn't read the entire series, the ones I've read are very disjointed.. I've read Arrow's Flight, The White Gryphon, Magic's Pawn
, and the Oathbound
. Also Storm Rising
, which I think is also part of the Heralds series, or if not, then set in the same universe.RM Meluch - Sovereign
, also very good. I liked the ending very much.
Almost like a gay love story set in space.Samuel R. Delaney - Tales of Neveryon
has limited gay content. I only read one book. Didn't care for it much. Too tedious heh. But the main protagonist buys and keeps a slave boy who later becomes his partner-lover. I think I've also read his book Dhalgren
, but I can't remember for sure. Delaney has a style of getting 'into character' too much in his books, that it becomes pedantic.
Almost Tolkienish LOL. Perry Moore - Hero
, can be classified as scifi I think. Very enjoyable read.
I also have a few I torrented long ago
Still haven't gotten around to reading it, since I hate reading ebooks. I'll list some authors I recognize as scifi/fantasy bignames and the books they authored with gay content (not sure to what extent since I haven't read them):
Marrion Zimmer-Bradley - Catch TrapArthur C. Clarke - Imperial EarthOrson Scott Card - Songmaster
(I hate this homophobic mormon, but I might read his book someday. If only to figure out how someone who hates gays can write about gay characters and pedophilia so unabashedly)Tanya Huff - Blood series, Crystal Series, and the Keeper Chronicles seriesMelissa Scott - DreamshipsJ.M. Snyder - Operation Starseed
Edit: Also some short stories featured in those science fiction/fantasy compilations. I remember reading The Green Lion
, I forgot the author, concerning an old alchemist who falls under the spell of a young man who claims to be the son of an old lover of his (The old man was supposed to be Socrates I think, LOL), but it is hinted from the beginning that the young man might actually be the homunculus of his former lover.
Also I read the original short story of The Forever War
by Joe Haldemann
, which became the first few chapters to the book (which I have yet to read). It's good. The Machiavelli Interface
by Steve Perry
hints at a lesbian affair in the earlier book of the trilogy, so I think that can also be considered GLBT.