Cultural Roots and Communal Behavior: A Discussion Between Aurora Rey and Ashley Bartlett Part 3

As promised, here is the final installment of my conversation with Aurora Rey about the intersection of cultural roots and queerness. In part our discussion was a result of this essay at Autostraddle, which I can’t believe you haven’t read yet. If you would like some context, here are parts 1 and 2 of our… Read More Cultural Roots and Communal Behavior: A Discussion Between Aurora Rey and Ashley Bartlett Part 3

Cultural Roots and Communal Behavior: A Discussion Between Aurora Rey and Ashley Bartlett Part 2

Over the past few weeks, Aurora Rey and I have been discussing our cultural roots and our queerness and the ways they intersect. In part our discussion was a result of this essay at Autostraddle, which you should absolutely read. If you would like some context, here is the beginning of our conversation. We will… Read More Cultural Roots and Communal Behavior: A Discussion Between Aurora Rey and Ashley Bartlett Part 2

Cultural Roots and Communal Behavior: A Discussion Between Aurora Rey and Ashley Bartlett

Over the past few weeks, Aurora Rey and I have been discussing our cultural roots and our queerness and the ways they intersect. In part our discussion was a result of this essay at Autostraddle, which you should absolutely read. We have found (okay, we knew this before) that there are a number of commonalities… Read More Cultural Roots and Communal Behavior: A Discussion Between Aurora Rey and Ashley Bartlett

Growed-up

At any author panel, in any interview with an author, someone inevitably asks the question. The framing always differs, the depth of responses might change, but at the core the question doesn’t vary. Plotter or panster? The plotters always speak in shades of insanity. There are authors with entire walls covered in color-coded sticky notes.… Read More Growed-up