My next novel is scheduled to come out at the beginning of 2021. The book is about the way queer people make families. My main character is a gay man named Paul. On the eve of his fortieth birthday, long-time friends Wendy and Eve ask him if he will help them start their family. The book chronicles their experiences trying to make a baby, while also exploring Paul’s evolving relationship with his partner of three years, Michael, a somewhat free spirit and wayward soul who is 11 years his junior.
What started out 14 years ago as scribbles on cocktail napkins in gay bars turned into a very personal story about love and loss.
The Geography of Pluto examines the complex relationships that gay men have with their mothers. It tells the story of Will, a Montreal geography teacher who struggles to have an open and honest relationship with his mother while also coming to terms with the end of his first serious relationship.
You can read more about it here.