If you’ve read my blogs in the past, you might know that I belong to a writers’ group. A few years back, when we were gearing up to release our first anthology, Hunger: Stories of Desire, Discovery, and Dissatisfaction, we named ourselves The Penheads. Well, after Hunger, we released Smoke: Tales Between Dark and Light.… Read More Release of Elements
Buried in the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico, is an impact crater some 9 miles in diameter called the Chicxulub Crater. It’s named after the town of Chicxulub where its center is located. And by center, I mean the bull’s-eye where the huge comet or asteroid crashed-smashed-crunched into the earth some 66 million years ago and… Read More The End of the World is Upon Us… Always
Having a good summer? Did you get some rest and relaxation? Hope so because, now: It’s Time! It’s been about 643 days since the last Presidential Election, November 8, 2016. For many that election night was a nightmare come true. Many women were in shock and it was difficult to function in normal life for… Read More Ask the Pros by Angela Grace
I am not a particularly sporty person. That is, I’m not very good at playing sport. A lot of it is, I think, that I’m the tall (a squidge under six foot) ungainly, clumsy sort, uncoordinated with poor spatial awareness. My friends know to give me red wine in a tumbler rather an elegant long-stemmed… Read More Lesbians + Tennis = Heaven! By Cheyenne Blue (plus an awesome giveaway!)
So many lesbians, so many books and nowadays quite a few lesfic events to attend. So how do you decide which ones? Especially when some upstart little town on the west coast of Florida jumps into the mix with an event that can blow your socks off—because after all, who needs socks in Florida in… Read More Lesbians, Books and Sunshine—Yes, it could be you! by Alison R. Solomon
The last time I was in Paris, I started a book I thought I’d be finished with by now. Four springs ago, the city was a beautiful wonder. Sheree, my best writer friend, was here with me for free-writing sessions interspersed with boulangerie outings and hours-long walks around the city. The entire experience was kind… Read More Writer in Paris, the 3rd edition
I have been writing semi-seriously for almost four years, starting in about September of 2014. I remember because it was just before Legend of Korra’s fourth season aired and I was all about Korrasami fan fiction. Prior to that I have never written for fun, with an exception of a couple of paragraphs for an… Read More Writer’s Block Only Applies if You Have the Time to Be Stuck.