fine writing by lesbians and gay men since 1999
Martin Foreman's first novel charts the course of two days in the life of a gay man in his twenties who is facing a crisis in his current relationship; interwoven with the tensions between Mark and Robert are Mark's memories of two previous lovers - Gene, an introverted and self-sufficient painter who lives in Paris, and Carl, a barman whose demands as a lover become almost too much for Mark to bear.
"Absorbing first novel"
Weekend is published by Third House and is distributed by Paradise Press
ISBN: 978 1 870188 15 9
172 pages paperback; £5.50
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Martin Foreman was born in Dundee, brought up in Edinburgh and has lived, worked and travelled in many countries. The author of two novels and two collections of short stories, he has also written many publications on HIV/AIDS in the developing world. Martin's writing appears on several websites, including First and Fiftieth, A View from the Edge (his personal website) and God would be an atheist. He is also the owner of Arbery Books, the UK's premier online store specialising in old, rare and new gay books.
First and Fiftieth
A Sense of Loss
and other stories
and a story in
from Lethe Press (USA)
The Butterfly's Wing