Baja Clavius was written and illustrated by Madeira Desouza of Las Vegas. This is science fiction for gay men who enjoy reading. The stories are about gay time travel agents who work for a top-secret agency codenamed Moon Men Deep Inside (MMDI) located beneath the crater Clavius on the moon.
Baja Clavius—a series of five short science fiction time travel eBooks downloadable exclusively on Amazon—is fun, stimulating, sexy, provocative, and a very wild ride.

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Baja Clavius is similar in storytelling style and tone to the works of Russell T Davies (Cucumber and Banana, Doctor Who and Torchwood on the BBC), and, to the works of author Christopher Trevor.

Here you will experience radically different storytelling from standard cause-and-effect fiction. Baja Clavius is true to the bara underground art genre. One recent comment about my stories says it all quite clearly: “Your kind of stories are truly not found elsewhere.”

Registered copyright certificate (TX 8-423-630) effective date May 31, 2017 in the United States Copyright Office, Washington, DC. International Standard Number: ISBN 978-152125266.

Madeira Desouza says: Most writers will admit what I admit here: We do not like violence and exploitation in everyday living. We write about violence and exploitation. It’s fiction. It’s only pretend. It’s only art. It’s merely make-believe. I suspect that what I’ve created probably will not be made into a traditional Hollywood movie or television show because the story and characters do not fit into the framework of major motion pictures or television shows that tell science fiction stories. Yet, I definitely can imagine this would make show business sense as a series of episodes for streaming on Amazon or Hulu or Netflix.

Baja Clavius

Set a few hundred years from today, Baja Clavius transports you to a world not like our own. Gay male time travel agents are valued for the work they do. These time travel agents are doing noble work that they believe will save our species. However, in the real world in which we presently live, the time travel agents’ behaviors are considered immoral and illegal. Is the future of the human species worth using immoral and illegal behaviors?

The Baja Clavius short book series is not like any storytelling you have experienced. You will be unable to set these stories down once you start reading them!

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