Together, Texans and platonic life partners Thursday Euclid and Clancy Nacht write queer novels that span genres, with intense romances and a seamless shared narrative voice.
They published their first cowritten novel, the m/m rock star romance Black Gold, in 2010, and now have over a decade of award-winning collaborations under their exquisite belts. Recent titles include the twisted romance His Fake Prison Daddy and the Phisher King series, in which an uptight federal agent and a bratty hacker go from enemies to lovers while solving a hate crime.
Though Elder Millennial trans man Thursday and Gen X gender outlaw Clancy live three hours apart, they are inseparable. Their friendship is a perfect example of the Grumpy/Sunshine trope, which makes Thursday very happy. Clancy thinks it’s all right.
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hi, clancy! your site looks great!! i got your note on my blog and wanted to thank you for stopping by–am i right? is this char? congratulations on your novel–i’ll be looking for it!!
I just read a GREAT review for Black Gold at TwoLips.com. You should definitely check it out. Then go write another book – I’m totally waiting, and it looks like Angelina is, too!
Wow, thank you very much for pointing that out! For whatever reason, it didn’t show up in my alerts!
That is such a great review someone’s going to think I wrote it! I’m a little verklempt as it shows she got all of the points we’d hoped to get across and feared didn’t!
Thank you and thank her!
I don’t think I’ve used this many exclamation points since it got accepted!
I think in one of her other incarnations Angelina’s an author, too! You’ll find a blog post about you on my pitiful little newbie blog from last Monday, too. The post is here: https://vjsummersandsmut.wordpress.com/ A review like that, how could I not read? 😉
So what ya got coming next?
I really loved Semi Precious Weapons. Just finished reading it for the second time. Would really like to see a sequel! I think Jason was such an interesting character.
Aww thank you! Hm… I did love writing him and he does seem to have a lot to say… 🙂
I’ve just learned of you, from the Comicpalooza listings. You are highly rated by your reviewers, and I look forward to saying hello in person. I do have one question, though…most transgenders are actually hetero, will you write more in the vein of mtf/f?
Thanks for commenting! I have a few ideas percolating. I look forward to meeting you at Comicpalooza!
Wanted to join your newsletter when I click on the contact to do it it went to a dead page. Could you add me to newsletter if you have one.
Oh no, sorry about that! Here’s the link to it: http://eepurl.com/bi172D
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