Teleny and Camille by Jon Macy – A post a day – Day 11

Hiya Boys and Girls…

Recently Charles “Zan” Christensen, co-creator of The Mark of Aeacus, launched a publishing company called Northwest Press. Their goal is to introduce lesser-known LGBT writers and artists to the whole world and celebrate them.

Northwest Press’ first release is  a trade paperback entitled “Teleny and Camille”. Lovingly illustrated by Jon Macy, the book is based upon the novel “Teleny” by Oscar Wilde and Circle.

The cover to Northwest Press' first release, "Teleny and Camille" by Jon Macy.

“Camille, a wealthy young gentleman in Victorian London, falls in love with the handsome and mesmerizing pianist Teleny. While Teleny performs on stage, the two star-crossed lovers discover they share a psychic link in the form of an erotic vision. While Camille struggles to resist his homosexuality Teleny is being pursued by others.

After telepathically witnessing the erotic encounters Teleny has with both sexes, Camille attempts suicide. Teleny rescues Camille physically and emotionally with his rapturous love forsaking all others. In this newfound happiness Camille tries to forget that Teleny owes much of his success to the generosity of the women who desire him.”

Below are a few page samples fro your viewing pleasure.

This is a true graphic novel in every sense of the term! It’s an incredible 250 pages of seductive storytelling that presents treats for both the eyes and mind to linger on.  If you enjoy a great story filled with sex, then give it a try!

You can get Teleny and Camille at Amazon, but what they would REALLY prefer is if you could order it through your local Comic Shop! The Diamond Order Code is SEP101088! My personal copy of this amazing graphic novel currenlty resides on my nightstand.  It’s been a wonderful read so far, and I am savoring ever page, loving  Jon Macy’s whimsical and striking art style.  Teleny and Camille is a fantastic book, and a fabulous first offering from Northwest Press.

Hugz + kisses, Patrick XOXO

Teleny and Camille © Copyright 2010, Jon Macy.  All rights reserved.

Comments

  1. The excerpt sounds exciting and I’m sure I’ll enjoy reading it. Anything by Oscar Wilde has to be good.

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