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Posts made in August, 2012


Posted on Aug 29, 2012 in Blog, Events, LGBTQ, Literature, Writing | Comments Off on NEW YORK CITY – TOMORROW – LIT!

LIT! is an evening of queer writers giving you their best fiction, poetry, and embarrassing life stories, while most of us drink in the name of art. Hosted by Allison Moon. Featuring readings by Mollena Williams, Sassafras Lowry, Brandon Bartling, Jennie Gruber, Brandon Lacy Campos, kd diamond and Allison Moon. Doors open at 7:00pm. ** This event is open to all 21+ folks: drinkers, non-drinkers, queers, non-queers, writers, non-writers and anyone in between. Come enjoy great literature and...

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LIT! NYC – Thursday, August 30

Posted on Aug 22, 2012 in Events, LGBTQ, Literature, News, Writing | 1 comment

  We’re bringing LIT! to New York City!  One night only, check out six of the city’s hottest queer writers (plus Allison!) at Bar 13 in Union Square.  Show starts promptly at 8pm. Don’t miss it! Reading from new, awesome works will be Mollena Williams, kd diamond, Brandon Lacy Campos, Jennie Gruber, Allison Moon, & Sassafras Lowry. Authors will have works for sale and signing including copies of Salacious Magazine & Lunatic...

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How to Write a Bad Review

Posted on Aug 20, 2012 in Blog, Writing | Comments Off on How to Write a Bad Review

How to Write a Bad Review   Reader reviews is the best reason internet was invented. Readers rely on you to vet their reading material for them. DO NOT HOLD BACK.  DO NOT LET THEM DOWN.  Here’s a list of simple guidelines for making sure the world knows how much a certain book ruined your month.   Be cuttingly witty.  Channel your inner bitchy queen. We all have one. DIG DEEP.  Think Dorothy parker, Frank Rich, Oscar Wilde. These people all became famous and beloved by saying...

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17 Things I Did Right: My First Year as a Self-Published Author

Posted on Aug 17, 2012 in Blog, Publishing, Writing | Comments Off on 17 Things I Did Right: My First Year as a Self-Published Author

The one year anniversary of Lunatic Fringe’s release is coming up in September, so I’m taking some time to reflect on the past year and the things I’ve learned. It’s pretty easy to reflect on all my trials and failings, so instead, I’m going to kick off this month with a celebration of the things I did right. 17 things I did right:   1) Made some fucking awesome swag. T-shirts aren’t a big money maker, but they give folks a way to interact with me and the themes of my book in...

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Don’t Take Me Seriously

Posted on Aug 15, 2012 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, Publishing, Writing | Comments Off on Don’t Take Me Seriously

(Disclaimer: I’m wearing my angry writer pants. I employ many italics. You’ve been warned.) No one can take me seriously.  Or rather, no one will take me seriously. This lovely invective has been slung at me a handful times since Lunatic Fringe debuted last September, and it’s gotten to the point where I need to sling back. No one will take me seriously. . . It is, of course, always attached to a clause. No one will take me seriously if. . . I self-publish. No one will take me seriously...

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