#8 – Grindr Troll #1 – Sean Patrick Mulroy

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On February 6, DMC celebrates its TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY! Holy mackerel, time flies. It’s been a great year. We’ve published hundreds of pieces this year that we feel proud and honored to share, and we also put out our first book! This week we will be counting down the Top Ten Most Read posts from our second year of existence, and will present #2 and #1 on Saturday, February 6. Thanks for being part of a wild and excellent two years.

We have long been fans of Sean’s Grindr trolling. It became pretty obvious after awhile of seeing him post these screen caps elsewhere, that we were sitting on a goldmine of literary genius and cyber-mischief. We finally asked him if we could have the honor of publishing them here for your reading pleasure, and to our great joy he obliged us. This the first installment. Enjoy! -ed

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About Sean Patrick Mulroy

Born and raised in Southern Virginia, the house where Sean Patrick Mulroy grew up was built in 1801 and was commandeered by the Union Army during the Civil War to serve as a makeshift hospital. As a boy, Sean loved to peel back the carpets to show where the blood from hasty surgeries on wounded soldiers had stained the wooden floorboards. Now he writes poems. He is a 2013 Lambda Literary Fellow, and his work has been published or is forthcoming in The Bakery, Muzzle, Nailed, The Good Men Project, Assaracus, Rua de Baixo, Network Awesome, wordriot, Side B, Union Station, Tandem, Frigg, Neon, Freezeray, Best Indie Literature of New England, Glitterwolf, Flicker and Spark: A Contemporary Queer Anthology, and Ganymede. Sean currently resides in Boston while working on multiple projects in music, literature and television media. He currently co-hosts the Boston Poetry Slam at the Cantab Lounge, and co-curates a monthly LGBTQ reading series, Moonlighting. View all posts by Sean Patrick Mulroy

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