My prelude haiku and poem "Sex In Unison" being read at the monthly erotica open mic event Titillating Tongues in NYC. The poem presents a sexual fantasy of ridding the world of sexual conflicts by the world's adult having simultaneous sex.
A poetry series meant to challenge the gay community to better themselves FROM WITHIN before making demands of the right-wing powers-that-be. Doing this by correcting the flaws of racism, sexism, and ageism.
A 5-part poetry series that takes you through the behind-the-scenes stories of 5 different porn actor characters. These stories are based on a combination of tales from Tré's own life in the porn industry, tales told to him from other porn actors he has met along the way, as well as gay porn news stories.
Using his one voice to speak for many, the no-name characters Tré creates range from someone who trades in his stable relationship so he can seek porn-stardom to a White porn actor wanting a scene-partner of color, yet gets repeatedly paired with a white one. These characters are used to confront many stigmas associated with the porn industry, including meaningless sex, drugs, and self-degradation, as well as controversies like racism, gay-for-pay, and HIV hypocrisy. And while all the characters leave the industry in the end, with some closing the door completely, while others leaving it ajar, what unites these characters is that they all walk away happy survivors.