Peter Gajdics has been published internationally, including in The Advocate, The Q Review, New York Tyrant, The Gay and Lesbian Review/Worldwide, Gay Times, The Printed Blog, and Opium, where he won their 2009 500-word memoir contest. He has received a fellowship from The Summer Literary Seminars, and is an alumni of Lambda Literary Foundation’s “Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBT Voices.” Peter has written a forthcoming memoir about his experiences. He can be contacted at [email protected]. Follow him at: https://twitter.com/
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