Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Sexual Authenticity - More Reflections

I just published my new book, Sexual Authenticity: More Reflections. It tells the story of the development of my thought over the six years since I published the first Sexual Authenticity. It includes the best of my blog, extensive commentary, material that was published in obscure places or never published at all, and some battle stories for around the yuletide fire. Because nothing says "Merry Christmas" like 100 000 words about queer Catholicism!

It's now available on CreateSpace, it should be available on Amazon in about a week. If all goes well, by that time I'll also have another book out. My husband and I are now going to go and argue about whether it should be the book of fantasy short stories that is nearly complete, or the book of philosophical dialogues that I want to finish first.

UPDATE: now has it.


  1. Will this be available for kindle anytime soon? I hope so, but I will go ahead and get a hard copy if you don't plan to release it as an e-book.

    Thank you!

  2. My previous attempt to make a Kindle book wasn't very successful so it's not high on my priority list at least for the near future.
    Sorry about that.

  3. No worries. I've got the hard copy now.


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