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About andrew

Andrew J. Peters writes fantasy for readers of all ages. His titles include the Werecat series, a finalist in The Romance Reviews’ Readers’ Choice Awards, Poseidon and Cleito, The City of Seven Gods, and two books for young adults: The Seventh Pleiade and Banished Sons of Poseidon. He grew up in Buffalo, New York, studied psychology at Cornell University, and spent most of his career as a social worker and an advocate for LGBT youth. He lives in New York City with his husband Genaro and their cat Chloë.

LGBT Queens Book Night!

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I’m really happy to be featured in this year’s LGBT Queens Book Night next Wednesday, November 15th at Queens Pride House in Jackson Heights. The annual event showcases local authors who have recently published fiction, poetry or non-fiction, and brings together writers and readers in the LGBT community.

An introduction to gay fantasy

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I’m often asked for fantasy recommendations, particularly on the gay fiction-side. That, combined with my love of the genre inspired me to tackle the project of putting together a list… Read more »

The City of Seven Gods featured at Adelphi University’s Authors and Artists Exhibit

I’m really happy to have one of my titles included in Adelphi University’s annual Authors and Artists Exhibit. Each year, the university invites members of the school community to share… Read more »

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In celebration of Banned Books Week

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It’s the American Library Association’s annual Banned Books Week, September 24th through 30th, and I often do a post here in support of the cause.

From ALA’s website:

“Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community — librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers — in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.”