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Thank you, Wild Iris, for featuring me at the Art Walk last night!

Thank you, Wild Iris, for featuring me at the Art Walk last night! We sold some paperbacks and talked with the people who popped in about The Second Mango, the artwork (which I’d brought some of with me in person), … Continue reading

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My experiences with bi erasure, and some fun stuff about the sensual parts of The Second Mango

I spent nearly a decade in fandom hearing the anti-slash crowd try to point out, “But how can those two men be a couple? Look how much [one of them] liked women!” And they said it again and again, because … Continue reading

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My guest post on the Women and Words blog: “Where should the queer woman look, to find her place in stories of dragons and magic?” Click the link to read about how my childhood exposure to lots of stories in … Continue reading

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Top 2 Bottom Reviews interviewed me about my novel “The Second Mango” My writing flourishes I can’t find what I want out of the fiction that already exists. My writing flourishes when I enjoy the hell out of something but … Continue reading

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Guest post on BA Tortuga’s blog about my book, “The Second Mango” I write because I love to make up new things. When I love something, I want to roll around in it, and writing is the best way I … Continue reading

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A fantasy novel with a gluten intolerant heroine? […]because her world lacks the technology and medical advances to understand digestive disorders, her father and his court are left to muddle through with typical pre-gunpowder-era medical cluelessness. She’s royalty, so poison … Continue reading

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Guest post on Alex Beecroft’s blog about The Second Mango I also wanted to give voice to the idea that it’s not just “rescuing yourself” that could flavor fairy tales with feminism, because sometimes everyone needs a little rescuing, but … Continue reading

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