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
When this blog goes live, I will be in Las Vegas at Clexacon with my Dirt Road crew members, Andi Marquette, Michelle Teichman, and Blythe Rippon. This is my first Clexacon (and Michelle’s and Blythe’s, too), so it will be a whole new experience. When it comes to fangirling and fan conventions, I don’t hold… Read More Vegas, Baby!
Hey, all — So as you read this, I am en route from my hotel to Dragon Con in Atlanta to pick up my registration and figure out WTF because I don’t even know. It’s going to be CRAY and there’ll be thousands of people and I’m a little nervous about that, but on the… Read More On the ground at Dragon Con
A well-meaning friend and trusted Virgo said I needed to see the world beyond my lesbian feminist bookstore. And so, off to RT I went.
… Read More 3,000 romance writers walk into a hotel…
HIYA, fellow travelers! So as some of you know, I went to the first ClexaCon this past weekend, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mar. 3-5. This was the first convention to deal exclusively with queer women’s representation in media and there were roughly 2200-2500 people who registered, overwhelmingly queer women/women. And if you didn’t catch… Read More Fangirl Friday: ClexaCon Roundup, aka Andi is a Lexbian
Hey, kids! I AM ON SITE IN VEGAS FOR THE VERY FIRST CLEXACON! The con is named after the iconic F/F ship of the post-apocalyptic TV show The 100, Clarke and Lexa = Clexa; also, it’s an acknowledgement of all the queer women characters in TV who were killed off last year, and all we’ve… Read More Fangirl Friday: omg at ClexaCon!