This category is for writers who publicly identify themselves, or who have been reliably identified, as gay men. Please note that lesbian, bisexual and transgender writers have separate categories which can be found under Category:LGBT writers. Sometimes this is because they have written about the nature of same-sex love and desire using fictional or autobiographical or journalistic forms. Not assuming that these narratives are necessarily representational of LGBTQ realities but that they are mimetic of "plausible (imaginable) relations".[1]


  1. ^ Murray, Stephen O. “Representations of Desires in Some Recent Gay Asian-American Writings.” Journal of Homosexuality 45.1 (2003): 111–142. Taylor and Francis+NEJM. Web.