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E. H. Lupton

E. H. Lupton (she/they) lives in Madison, WI. Her debut novel, Dionysus in Wisconsin (2023) was a finalist for a Lambda Literary award in gay romance and a Midwest Book Award in fantasy. Its sequel, Old Time Religion, was released in January 2024, with book three due out in October 2024. Lupton is also the author of the novella The Joy of Fishes (Vagabondage Press, 2013) and half the duo behind the hit podcast Ask a Medievalist. Her poetry has been published in various journals, including Asimov's Science Fiction, Paranoid TreeUncanny Science Fiction, and House of Zolo's Journal of Speculative Literature. In her free time, she enjoys running long distances, fiber art, and painting.

Contact Information:

Email Address: ehlupton@gmail.com


Books By E. H. Lupton

Series: Wisconsin Gothic

Word Count: 80000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay

Summary: A graduate student and an archivist fight a god. Fall, 1969. Ulysses Lenkov should be working on his dissertation. Instead, he's developing an unlucrative sideline in helping ghosts and hapless magic users. But when his clients start leaving town suddenly—or turning up dead—he starts to worry there's something afoot that’s worse than an unavenged death or incipient insanity. His investigation begins with the last word on everyone's lips before they vanish: the mysterious Dionysus. Sam Sterling is an archivist who recently moved back to Madison to be closer to the family he's not too sure he likes. But his peaceful days of teaching library students, creating finding aids, and community theater come to an end when the magnetic, mistrustful Ulysses turns up with a warning. There's a god coming, and it looks like it's coming for Sam. Soon the two are helping each other through demon attacks, discovering the unsavory history of Sam's family, and racing to find a solution that doesn't lead to heartbreak and death. But as the year draws to a close, they'll face a deadly showdown as they try to save Sam—and the city itself. Dionysus in Wisconsin is the first in a new series of urban fantasy/historical M/M romances set in Madison, WI in the late 1960s/early 1970s. It doesn't end on a cliffhanger and can be read as a stand-alone.

Dionysis in Wisconsin - E.H. Lupton
Dionysus in WisconsinPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 8000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay, Pansexual

Summary: Sam has never wanted to get laid badly enough to read Being and Nothingness before, but here they are. The café AU version of Dionysus in Wisconsin. A short contemporary friends-to-lovers romp that mostly replaces the magic with discussions of philosophy. Released in honor of Dionysus in Wisconsin's Lammy nomination.

Dous - E.H. Lupton
DousPairings: M-M
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Word Count: 80000

Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay

Summary: What's one more deadline? Ulysses Lenkov is on the verge of finishing his PhD when his ex-girlfriend shows up with a problem. It's been six months since the murder of her husband, Hugh, and Livia is plagued by strange noises in the night, poor sleep, and a magic book that may be cursed. The more Ulysses delves into the events that led her back to Madison, the more concerned he becomes. Ulysses's boyfriend Sam Sterling, jealous and unhappy about Livia's return, suspects that she may not be telling them the whole truth. In the meantime, he's starting to worry that he may not have left Dionysus as far behind as he thought—with odd effects for him and Ulysses. When Ulysses's academic advisor suggests their relationship is a problem, magically speaking, he's suddenly forced to make decisions he never wanted to face: break up with Ulysses to keep him safe, or stay together despite the risks. As Ulysses's defense bears down on them, the questions start to stack up. What really happened to Hugh? Does his death tie in to secrets from deep in Sam's family's past? And will Ulysses be able to figure it all out before he winds up a victim?

Old Time Religion - E. H. Lupton
Old Time ReligionPairings: M-M
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