BioKenn moved from the gay ghetto called Wilton Manors, Florida to the much more dynamic, yet still extremely gay, District of Columbia area. More than twenty years ago he submitted a short story to a “one-hand magazine” contest and won a year's subscription. Since then he has written many stories, none of which he submitted for publication until one was published in Alyson Books’ Island Boys published August 2008. He is thrilled to be published in eXcessica.com and now in Torquere Press with over thirty titles. He is also published in two additional Alyson Books anthologies: Best Gay Love Stories 2009 and 2010. Generally, Kenn says he sees a hot male and constructs a fantasy story around him−how he is dressed, what he might be thinking, what is his relationship with the other males around him be it in a bar, a bus, a restaurant, a bank, or even a church. Sometimes a situation encountered in his daily routine, on vacation, or simply on a casual stroll around the neighborhood inspires him and a story will take shape in his mind, which is then populated from his vivid imagination. Kenn claims to find few outlets outside of erotic fiction for his innate creativity and is pleased others are interested in reading what he writes.
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Two lonely and sexually frustrated twenty-somethings find themselves on a late-night subway from Brooklyn: Dylan, a long-haired, bearded, lanky dude with a seductive smile; and Kyle, a younger, strikingly handsome blond wearing a hooded sweatshirt with the hood raised. Their eyes meet and after a couple of stops they exit the train and find themselves in Dylan’s studio apartment where sexual lusts are sated. The older sex partner gets the surprise of his life when the younger man in the hoodie reveals his dominant side and the encounter fulfills both horny dude’s fondest desires.
A titillating exploration of the different manifestations of sexual orientation, Bye-Bye, Bi introduces a pair of apartment mates, one gay−mousy blond French-Canadian Marcel−and one bi−tall, dark, and handsome East European Timur−and follows them as they learn about each other and challenge sexual stereotypes. The story includes a host of supporting characters: Charlene, a former coworker with Marcel, straight and attracted to Timur; Sean, another former coworker, bi but leans toward the gay terminus of the continuum, also attracted to Timur; Kimberly and Jennifer, a lesbian couple currently working with Marcel, his regular confidants.
Timur’s behavior as an amoral bisexual who wants to screw any hole he encounters annoys Marcel, as does his apartment mate’s continual flaunting of his per