Category Archives: LGBTQA writers
RT: @BJMuntain: RT @Buffyandrews “I love being a writer. What I can’t stand is the paperwork.” –Peter De Vries # Yay, I have a Solitaire by @kelleyeskridge again, yay! My previous copy got misplaced, good to have it again. One … Continue reading
Crossed Genres’ Issue 12, the LGBTQ issue, goes live on November 1. And I’m in it! — And meanwhile, it’s ad on Tor.com went live yesterday, in an unexpected act of generosity & welcoming to queers & their allies from one of the biggest names in science fiction & fantasy. Thanks, Tor.com!
Writing a story in the Cold story universe for SF/F magazine Crossed Genres — while Crossed Genres has an encounter with Flash Fiction Online‘s homophobic editorial policies.
The Outer Alliance was formed to “educate, support, and celebrate LGBT contributions in the science-fiction and fantasy genres” following virulent homophobic statements by Nebula-nominated writer John C. Wright. Orson Scott Card is another prominent SF/F writer with a history of homophobia and antigay advocacy. Get the skinny here, and if you love SF and fantasy consider joining the Outer Alliance.
As a member of the Outer Alliance, I advocate for queer speculative fiction and those who create, publish and support it, whatever their sexual orientation and gender identity. I make sure this is reflected in my actions and my work. … Continue reading
It’s still August 31 in Anchorage, but in some parts of the world — most of it by now, in fact — it’s already Outer Alliance Pride Day. That means that around the world, Outer Alliance members are already posting … Continue reading