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Gay Zoo Day won the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Silver Medal Award from the Independent Book Publisher’s Association in the the category of LGBT Literature.
Mike McClelland hails from Meadville, Pennsylvania. He has lived on five continents and now resides in Georgia with his husband, their adopted son, and a menagerie of rescue dogs. He is a graduate of Allegheny College, the London School of Economics, and Georgia College. His work has previously appeared in in a variety of anthologies and literary journals, including Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Permafrost, ImageOutWrite, ink&coda, Blinders, and Beautiful Dreamer Press’s 2016 anthology, Not Just Another Pretty Face. This is his first collection of stories.