Bear Soup #77: “Does ‘D’ Mean…” conclusion & letter; Joe Novotny

Bear Soup, with Ron Suresha

Bear Soup #77

Bear Soup, with Ron Suresha, streams online Monday, September 6th, at 10:00pm Eastern & Pacific on BearRadio.net. Repeats Wednesday, same times.

In this 77th installment of Bear Soup:

  • Concluding part of “Does ‘D’ Mean Four Ways?” hot (NSFW) short story from 100% Beef magazine
  • Letter written in response to the bi men’s story, “Does ‘D’ Mean…” from “R. Jackson” to the editor of 100% Beef mag
  • 1st out gay — and very bearish — reading clerk in U.S. House, Joe Novotny, in the Advocate. Don’t you just love politico-geeky bears?

  • Shoutouts – including David, Bear coverman and host/owner of The Inn at Stone Mill B&B — and the usual ursine audio goodness.

News, shmooze, interviews, and skews for the online ursine community — another deep dish serving of BEAR SOUP!

Bear Soup is sponsored by the bookish bears at Bear Bones Books.

Author: Ron Suresha

Ron Jackson Suresha is an editor, anthologist, and writer. He is considered an authority on emergent queer masculinities, in particular the subcultures of gay and bi male Bears and of male bisexuality. For Ron's service to the bear community, he was named "Bear of the Year" 2008. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Suresha attended the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, 1976-8), where he studied creative writing, and Vista College (Berkeley, Cal., 1989-92), where he studied American Sign Language. For more than two decades, he has worked as a freelance proofreader for trade book publishers such as Shambhala Publications. He was married in October 2004 to Rocco Russo. He is also a licensed Justice of the Peace in Connecticut, an ordained minister, ULC, and a member of the New London Green Party. Nonfiction works include Bears on Bears: Interviews & Discussions; Bi Men: Coming Out (coeditor, with Pete Chvany); Bisexual Perspectives on the Life and Work of Alfred C. Kinsey (editor). His latest book is The Uncommon Sense of the Immortal Mullah Nasruddin: Stories, jests, and donkey tales of the beloved Persian folk hero, published by Lethe Press.