Kevin Killian's forte as a writer has always been to merge his life with his fiction, his imagination with his reality. In Little Men,
a collection of prose pieces, the line between fact and fancy, between actuality and invention is constantly blurred. Killian the writer becomes Killian the character as he shifts and shreds the conventions of traditional genres. A high school memoir of sexual exploits with priests is placed next to a meta-fiction about a drunken "Kevin" taking his son to the movies. Killian imagines alternative realities that dazzle us with his magic and his nerve.
"Kevin Killian has long been considered one of the finest, if unheralded, writers of experimental gay fiction." -- Amazon.com