Friends, my essay about disability, MS and aging is up now at PLEASE SEE ME.
Please check it out, along with all the other fabulous art & writing in that issue.
“I won’t be so salacious as to start this essay with clickbait like ‘I am a murderer.’”
–Alysia Constantine, “Little Murders, Me”
A new and definitely not salacious essay is up on Medium.com: https://link.medium.com/DTjzhB3wiX
Come join me, Nisha Sharma, Adriana Hererra and Damon Suede for a collaborative talk/Q&A about queer and PoC folks in romance.
CHANGING FACES IN ROMANCE FICTION
Minday, February 11
6:00pm til ?
(because I love invitations that say ” til ?,” so full of undisguised hope! Like, when will it end? We dont know because it will be so awesome!)
Where my New Yorkers at?
I interviewed performance artist (you’ll see why that’s insufficient) Miguel Gutierrez, and you should absolutely read bout it here!
Sam Kalda is one of my favorite artists. I interviewed him here: Casting Pearls: an interview with artist/author Sam Kalda
I would like you all to go there forthwith and read about what he has to say and look at his art and hit the clap button.
I’ll be at the NELA/RILA conference book fair at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Warwick, RI this Mon-Tues. Come to the Interlude Press booth and say hi to me and authors Jen Sternick & Tom Wilinsky.
Friends, I wrote an essay called, “The Creepy Politics of Lesbian Sex in Romance” over at Frolic (@onfrolic). It’s about how creepy the politics are around lesbian sex in romance. You’ll see.