Lambda Award winner for Best Bisexual Fiction's masterpiece of Bi-Noir!
Bad boy Billy is a cutie – and he loves it. Women and men want him, and he wants them. In fact, Billy's gender is a bit fluid, too. He's a boy when he's with his lover Rebecca; and a girl when crossdressed in the arms of a hunky man. Truth be told, Billy is to die for – and before tonight is over, several will.
A chance meeting with Rebecca leads not-so-bright Billy to agree to help her steal money from her rich, older lover. Their plan becomes a lot more complicated when they discover his dead body, but the two make off with his money anyway. Possession of all that money makes Billy horny and he begins to make love to Rebecca – but as they finish, two of Billy's less savory male friends come by and soon Billy and Rebecca switch partners, each going off with one of the men. When Billy's two friends discover his ill-gotten loot, it leads to a moment of horrific violence. And only one will walk away to tell the tale.
An unforgettable novella from the author of Holy Communion, Times Queer, and Variety: The Spice of Life.
About the Author
Mick Mykola Dementiuk was born in 1949 of Ukrainian parents in a West German DP camp, immigrating to America when he was two. After Catholic grade school & public high school in New York City, with trips to Times Square where he found his sexual life, he eventually graduated from Columbia University in 1984.
A writer with varied employment, from gyro seller at Lollapalooza to roustabout at the Big Apple Circus, Mykola helped create the magic of Cirque du Soleil performances of Alegria in Santa Monica, Chicago, Washington DC, Boston, and New York with his electrical work.
After suffering a massive debilitating stroke in 1997, Mykola eventually returned to writing, using one finger to free the fantasies and deeply psychological stories from his mind.
“Mick Dementiuk writes stories of the day when Times Square was all about sex, drugs, and cold spit ... about coming of age inside the just-burgeoning hardcore movie houses of the 1960s. It's... vivid. Harsh, real, and yes, erotic." --Susie Bright.