Small Favors by James Russell Mayes
Short Stories

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A young boy falls in love with his minister. A high school student moves in with his gay uncle. An artist's model comes out of the closet naked. Add a nine-year-old transvestite, a one-night stand with Bert Lahr, a Sex Hero, and a murder. What do you get? Small Favors, stories about gay life in rural Michigan that are droll and insightful, poignant and wise.

About James Russell Mayes

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Mayes is an English professor in the Detroit area.
Published January 1, 1994 by Unknown.
Genres: . Fiction

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One of the strongest selections is ``High Street,'' a pot-induced tale of unrequited passion among three college friends: Dana lusts for her gay friend, Bennie, who in turn yearns for his straight-acting friend, Al.

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