A coterie of inheritors of Denver's old money, including twenty-four year old Stephen Thaxton, find themselves inextricably entwined in an imperative to close a hoary circle left open in the other world, the other side where retribution is sought for wrongs committed by their progenitors a century before; wrongs that eradicated wolves from Colorado, and saw the indigenous Indian tribes of Colorado robbed of their lands, all to enhance the wealth and privilege of those who now find themselves the... more info>>
The dynamic between fathers and sons is complex, most often least understood by the players themselves. But is it the father who does not know his son, or is it the son who does not know his father? The discovery of a Father's Day card in a box---long ago shoved into a dark corner in a cellar---provides a revelation to a son, a gay son that shatters all previous conclusions about his father. Set in Denver, the ravages of a massive flood, and the disappearance of a nine-year-old girl, provide th... more info>>
George Seaton (Continuum) takes a departure from his regular prose of the relationships between men to a completely different type of love affair; that of people and their fondness for The West. In "The Cow," the unusual death of a heifer leads to a reexamination of one man's life on his ranch. The residents of Misty Creek, Colorado find that their small town is about to undergo some drastic changes in "Drogan's Things." And, in "Fixing Fences," one family discovers that sometimes fixing someth... more info>>
Our men and women in uniform sacrifice daily to serve our country. But what about the additional, voluntary sacrifice that each gay person in the military makes daily when they don their uniform? We ask these men and women to not only serve their country but serve in silence and denial, sacrificing not only their physical lives but their emotional ones too by denying them their right to love. THE LOSS OF INNOCENCE STORE provides a glimpse into the U.S. Army prior to the institutionalization of D... more info>>
Denver, 1981: To the residents of The Palisade, the brick wall behind which their apartment complex lies protects more than the body. Behind that wall, being gay doesn't equal being an oddity, an outsider, or a threat.