I’m freshly back from WisCon35, though “fresh” is a bit misleading, as my flight home to Oakland was delayed so long as to make me wilt like a day-old dandelion, missing not only 4 precious hours with my lover, but time spent with East Coast lovers and friends who left town the next morning. I’m bitter and vow to never fly Frontiers again, but luckily, the last bit did not dilute the wonder of the four days of incredible community and discourse with some of the smartest, most engaged fiction readers and writers I could imagine meeting. I fully intend to blog about my experiences and share some salient points from some of the panels I was a part of. That, however, will have to wait. I will be going into production on a rather large scale theater festival next week, so this post is to let you all know that my blogging may be spottier than usual during the month of June.
I will also be sharing some rather large and exciting news in July, so I’ll beseech you to stay close. Sign on to my mailing list if you’d like to be the first folks to hear the exciting news, or just stay tuned to this space for the next few weeks.
Meanwhile, happy solstice and summer break to y’all. I’ll be around, and feel free to always email me if you want to suggest any topics or just talk to me in a more intimate setting. I’ll even turn the lights down low for you.
In the meantime, here’s a photo of 4/5ths of the awesome “What Is Queerness?” Panel from WisCon that I moderated. The panelists were extraordinarily smart, sensitive, and articulate folks. Read their books, y’all!