Monthly Archives: March 2013

Nice Divisions Review

Fred Patten reviews Divisions for Flayrah. He excerpts large chunks of text (so he must like the writing!) and there are some spoilery things in it, but he concludes with “Divisions is full of realistic conversations ranging from polite social … Continue reading

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Another Voice In Favor of Gay Athletes

Justin Verlander, former MVP and many-time All-Star pitcher for the Detroit Tigers (who couldn’t quite get enough Giants out last year) says he wouldn’t have a problem with a gay teammate, and gets quoted correctly the first time. The atmosphere … Continue reading

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Back And There Again

Back from FogCon this past weekend (a short local trip) and already starting to pack my bags for FWA this upcoming weekend! I will be mostly found in AwesomeTown in the dealer’s room at the Sofawolf table (between Blotch and … Continue reading

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Why Writing Is Like Playing The Lottery

I have occasionally bought lottery tickets, despite traveling in the sort of circles who sneer at that with the old saw, “A lottery is a tax on people who are bad at math.” I know this, and yet, the lottery … Continue reading

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“Long Hidden” – A Book Kickstarter

The people who put out “Crossed Genres” are running a Kickstarter project to get a spec-fic view of history with minority points of view, and among those are, of course, queer ones. It’s a nifty-looking anthology with some good-looking names … Continue reading

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Judgy McJudgerson

So I’m going to be a judge in this year’s Rainbow Awards. This means I’ll be reading at least ten gay romance novels of some kind (not in the category Divisions will be in) over the course of the year. … Continue reading

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