Books and Publications

The Love You Leave Behind the-love-you-leave-behind-2

Epic in proportion, intimately erotic in detail, The Love You Leave Behind is a tale of love, devotion, deceit and betrayal. This gay-themed, historic romance takes place in the last quarter of the Nineteenth Century and spans entire continents and vast oceans.

This book explores the love that dare not speak its name at a time when that love was rare and those who sought it realized the rarity of this forbidden attraction and clung to each other all the more, knowing the odds against them ever finding each other again. No one who came into contact with William Christopher Hoapili Remington ever forgot him, nor the love he left behind.

The book was recently released in a new edition and in e-book form.

CAVEAT: The books are gay historical fiction and deal with graphic subject matter. Reader’s discretion is advised.


With San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

How Fair This Place

Brahms, Bernstein and the Boys

Our Gay Apparel






With Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus



What Sweeter Music

Bang! Bang!: The Music of Cher

Sing-Out! The Great Southern Tour

The 25th Anniversary Collection


Sounds of the Season

Out of My Range (and other age-related performance issues)

They Sang To Me: Stan Hill's final concert


Through a Glass, Darkly

Through a Glass, Darkly is available as a DVD and was recorded live during the two performances on March 29 and 30, 2008.

The DVD contains all thirteen movements as well as some deeply introspective and illuminating interviews after the performance with the composer, Michael Shaieb; TCGMC Artistic Director, Dr. Stan Hill; as well as cast members.