It’s time for the GCLS Conference in Denver. This is where I’ll be!
A friend shared the Librarian version of this meme and I immediately thought of all the things writers post about that make them cry. #WritingLife
After 7 months of stay-at-home, and watching the failures of things I took for granted, I’ve had to conquer my own disbelief that any of this could happen here.
It’s not just you and me. Even famous, wildly successful, ground-breaking writers doubt they had an impact. #ImposterSyndrome #WriterSelfCare
Lez Talk About Books Podcast with host Anita Kelly – Karin Kallmaker talks about writing advice, how she began writing, and stuff she’s learned about publishing.
The New Now: Writers On Personal Persistence in Extraordinary Times with Karin Kallmaker, Stacy Lynn Miller, Ann Roberts, Catherine Maiorisi, and Melissa Price. Part of the Curve Media LGBTQIA Festival.
Enjoying local people art their heart out is one of my favorite self-cares for the solitary writer lifestyle. It’s also a great balance to the times we’re living through.
You can poke fun at the couple’s foibles, and you can put them in awkward situations, but you can’t make light of love itself. Crazy Rich Asians takes love seriously – that’s why it worked for me.
Courtney Milan doesn’t know me, but I’m going to thank her anyway. Why representation is my job because writing is my superpower.
Saying Inclusion is political but exclusion isn’t leads to story worlds where most of us don’t exist. And if we don’t exist in fiction, our existence in the real world remains precarious.