Martin Patrick was born in London. His education includes, BA Hons, MA, PGCHE and Ph.D. research in Film, Drama, Race and Gender in Cultural Studies. He has written five plays, including Where To Now, which won him the London Playwright's Co-op 1988 Best New Playwright award. His third play, Give It Up Mum, was selected by The Independent Newspaper for the Second Phase prize. He was Senior Lecturer in Drama and Film Studies. Now he teaches aspiring LGBT, Black and Asian authors at Great New Writers.com, and he lives in London.
Love Both Ways
At fifty, Michael thought his life was over. In his mid-thirties, David wanted his life to begin. After these fathers divorce, they meet at a support group and fall spiritually and passionately in love. Their romance forces them to fight for the love of their children and battle against bigots who r...