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Self Publishing As a Feminist Act

Posted on Oct 7, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, Publishing, Writing | 0 comments

I swung by Her Circle Ezine, a beautiful and fascinating blog full of righteous lady-writers to offer up a guest post.  It’s featured throughout October, so stop by and leave a comment or two!   Writing my first novel was the most empowering experience of my life. I discovered new reserves of self-confidence, strength, and grace. It made me want to be a career author. Even the long slog of editing and refining felt extraordinary—even as it was painful. Everything that came...

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The Feminine Wild: Guest Post at Speculative Salon

Posted on Oct 5, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, Sexuality, Writing | 0 comments

I swung by Speculative Salon to offer a guest post called The Feminine Wild. Go show them some love!   Never forget you are an animal. I had to remind myself of this fact many times as I wrote my novel Lunatic Fringe, just as I have to remember it in my day-to-day life as a human woman wandering the world. Society is geared towards removing us from our animal instincts. Particularly for women, who are daily told that we shouldn’t have body hair, sweat or smell bad, swear, be violent,...

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T-shirts! And store update

Posted on Sep 26, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, News | 0 comments

Next week, I’ll be adding two t-shirts to the Tales of the Pack store: Eat Fuck Howl and This is What a Feminist Werewolf Looks Like. I had come up with both taglines and the Lesbian Lover decided to get them turned into t-shirts for me! Ain’t he sweet?  They’re in super limited edition, but if they get enough demand, we may do a reprint. If you want to be guaranteed to get yourself one, well shuffle on down to the Lesbian Werewolf Party at El Rio on Thursday, where...

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Back for More! Reviewing Salacious #2

Posted on Jul 28, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, LGBTQ, Literature, Reviews, Sexuality | 0 comments

Salacious is back for more.  The self-proclaimed “Queer Feminist Sex Magazine” has built upon its debut with more genre diversity, some small, cute additions, and plenty of content to keep a reader busy for an afternoon or long commute. Immediately, what sets Salacious apart isn’t its mission but its art.  In our internet age, there is not shortage of writing nor smut. But lesbian trans woman erotic comics? Salacious has got you covered. The art in Issue #2 shines, highlighting a...

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My WisCon35 Report

Posted on Jun 13, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, LGBTQ, Literature, Publishing, Race, Sexuality, Writing | 6 comments

My first WisCon was a terrific experience. I was honored to sit on two panels and moderate two others, bringing in large audiences and terrific discourse. I was humbled by the intelligence, passion, compassion, and articulacy of the panelists and attendees. WisCon really isn't just a networking event for authors, but a community of passionate, intelligent people invested in social-justice. Inspiring stuff, I tell ya.

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Make It Matter

Posted on Jun 9, 2011 in Blog, Feminism, Gender, LGBTQ, Sexuality | 1 comment

Bawdy Storytelling is a moving event no matter what stories are being told, and most of that moving comes from laughter. However, tonight Xander's kick-assly brave testimonial moved a jaded, privileged, sex-geeky San Francisco audience to its feet.

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