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Book review: polyamorous SFF about bi girls w/pink and purple hair escaping from evil fairies

Humanity is full of folktales about fairies who steal people away; Poison Kiss by Ana Mardoll is the story of what happens when some of them escape. They emerge back into “earthside” with only the faintest traces of their human memories … Continue reading

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Think of England: Edwardian gay suspense novel with Jewish romantic interest

If Alfred Hitchcock had made a movie where one of the two leads was an effeminate gay Sephardic Jew – snarky, intelligent, dark-eyed and handsome – and then invited us, the audience, to love him and root for him – … Continue reading

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Amazing news

A Harvest of Ripe Figs has been chosen for review for the American Library Association’s Stonewall Committee LGBT YA Award. I extend my congratulations to my Prizm Books colleagues, J. L. Douglas and Huston Piner, for their books Lunaside and Conjoined at … Continue reading

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Aviva and Shulamit

  January 11 and 12 only, get The Second Mango, a fun, feminist fairy tale with a friendly dragon, a warrior woman, and love between ladies, on eBook for only $4.79. Use the coupon code COZY on the publisher’s website. The … Continue reading

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The plea for diversity in fiction in the meta-narrative of “The Second Mango” There’s a big contrast between the main setting of my novel and the four-chapter flashback into the secondary protagonist’s backstory. In some ways, it’s the difference between … Continue reading

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Gluten-free stew and I love you

In four weeks, I’ll be a published author and Shulamit and all of the rest of them will be more than just cute illustrations to you. This calls for a toast! Or possibly golden lentils. Characters by Shira Glassman, drawn … Continue reading

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