I’m rubbing my hands together in glee about this year’s Newbies on Display, err, I mean “So I Had This Idea” Panel at GCLS 2016.
Talk, Love, Listen – Joan Nestle, in Her Own Words
It’s okay to be gay as long as you are invisible – true then. True now. Which is why reading Joan Nestle is as important today as it has ever been.
Why Change? 3 Things I Learned from Melissa Brayden Plus a Sneak Peek
I learned more than three things from Melissa Brayden at #gcls2015 – now to put them to work! Plus, here’s the current opening of Captain of Industry I read at the Con.
Go Set a Watchman – It’s Not About Atticus
If nothing else, Go Set a Watchman’s very existence, and the hurt and outrage people feel at the idea that their beloved hero could be so deeply flawed has made us all Scout once again.
Stars Fell On Alabama’s Lesbian and Gay Couples – reblog from Mary Griggs
Mary Griggs shares a wonderful history lesson and a summing up of the beautiful, supportive “Wedding Week” in Alabama. Read it, it will do your heart good.
Dear Dairy – reblog from KG MacGregor
y example is from Love by the Numbers: “She loved her beautiful back hair.” I caught that in the last proof before the book went to press. Take the time to read KG MacGregor’s hilarious examples of exactly what Spellcheck won’t do for you!
PTown 2014 at Womencrafts and GCLS!
You can catch up to me in two places this Women’s Week, both high in laughter and low in pressure. Just drop in and feel free to say hello and collect your hug (if you’re in to that).
Art and Monsters – On Marion Zimmer Bradley and Not Looking Away
Do not be part of issuing passes for “exceptional people” who rape and abuse children. People all around Marion Zimmer Bradley did just that.