HI, peeps! So as you deduced from last week’s post, I was in Vegas for ClexaCon. This was the event’s second year, and holy crap it was AMAZING. At any rate, for those of you who have been somehow under a rock for the past 18 months and somehow managed to miss me going on… Read More Fangirl Friday: ClexaCon Aftermath
Hey, everybody! HOLY CRAP I AM LIVE AT CLEXACON AND IT IS BLOWING MY MIND. Okay, all — this is just a quick hit because I’m busy basically 24/7 at these things and this con in particular makes me ultra-happy and keeps me engaged like that. Also, we’ve got the Dirt Road Books crew on… Read More Fangirl Friday: CLEXACON
Greetings, peeps! As some of you may know, I was on the road last week. And I am soon to be on the road again in the next few days — headed for ClexaCon! If you’re going to be there, stop by the Dirt Road Books table and say HOWDY. Okay, so I managed to… Read More Fangirl Friday: Tomb Raider 2018
HI, all! So I’m on the road for a bit and as a result, haven’t had a chance to fangirl, but I will be doing so eventually over Tomb Raider, Everything Sucks, and One Day at a Time. In case you’re wondering, here are a couple of things I’m doing while I’m out gallivanting around.… Read More On the road again…
HI, peeps! So apparently 2017 did not suck nearly as hard as 2016 did for queer lady characters on the teevee. For those who remember 2016, many lady characters of the LGBTQ variety died across the media hellscape, and usually in some really messed up trope-ish way. Which is not to suggest that everything is… Read More Fangirl Friday: 2017 didn’t suck as bad for lesbian and bi women characters
HOLY MACKEREL AND OTHER ASSORTED FISH! So here it is, already March and we’re coming up on April. For some of us in the world, that means spring is upon us. For others, you’re dealing with fall. But the season doesn’t matter when you have all kinds of hot new reads to dig into! amirite???… Read More Hot off the Press and Coming Attractions, Mar.-April 2018
HI, peeps! Today we’re joined by author and director Ji Strangeway, who had some time out of her crazy busy schedule to do a Q&A with us. Ji Strangeway is a film director, author, poet living in Los Angeles. She is the creator of the LGBQ coming-of-age short film, Nune. As a writer, she specializes… Read More Q&A with author, poet, and director Ji Strangeway!