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Gay Fiction and Gay Social Commentary From a Gay Man Who's Lived It.


What Qualifies Me To Write

Erotic Gay Fiction?

You know stuff with handsome characters caught in sticky dilemmas, with lots of lovin' and lots of man-to-man sex?

Well, I may call it fiction, but just about all my stuff is based on my experiences as a gay man. So when you read my books, you're reading the real thing.

Because I've lived it.

All of it.

I've lived in the gay ghettos of New York, L.A., and Fort Lauderdale, played in San Francisco's South of Market and Chicago's Halsted, all locales for my books, at the height of their wickedness; been a paid escort, done porn, yea, done drugs - all for my art of course - seen Gay Liberation take root, survived the AIDS crisis, and played the web and phone apps like a Vegas gambler.  All while fucking and fisting men from well-heeled Mafia contractors to meth head losers from across the country and around the world, and having a couch potato sports junkie partner longer than most American marriages have lasted.


Yea, I've been a busy boy and I've been a bad boy. A real bad boy.

But hey, only bad boys know how to write great erotic gay fiction.


RP Andrews



My latest erotic novel of sex, drugs, deceit and betrayal, set in Fort Lauderdale's Wilton Manors, Gay America's playground.

The Czar of Wilton Drive is the story of Jonathan Antonucci, a 21 year old, barely-out-the-closet gay man from suburban New York who overnight finds himself a multi-millionaire, thanks to a bequest by his late gay great uncle. Uncle Charlie has unexpectedly died of a heart attack, leaving him the sole owner of several of the most successful bars in Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale’s gay ghetto, making him The Czar of Wilton Drive.

Flying down to Lauderdale to claim his bequest, Jon encounters Uncle Charlie’s dubious friends and business associates, and is immediately submerged in the underbelly of Lauderdale’s gay scene. He also discovers his great uncle’s memoirs which reveal truths not only about Jon’s own past but also what may have really happened to his uncle. In the end, Jon is torn between avenging Uncle Charlie’s death or loving the man responsible for it. From Ai Press/Kokoro Press

From Ai Press/Kokoro Press

On amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and All Romance E-books.

For an excerpt, check the page menu below.

Questions? Comments? Reach me at str8gay8@aol.com.