Jul 30, 2021
Steve Beeferman came to us with this question: “After 3 published books and one self-published, if no one reads your stuff, can you still call yourself an author?” We explore the other side of writing, finding peace when your work doesn't hit your goals.
Jul 23, 2021
Marco Carocari joins the show with his first novel, Blackout. He had challenged himself to write a crime thriller with a gay protagonist that wasn't about being gay, and he delivered a beach read that's rich with characters you could expect to meet in life.
Jul 16, 2021
Jennifer Hanlon Wilde shares her debut novel Finding the Vein - a crime read about murder at a summer camp for adopted kids. We discuss how important it is for children to be with other children with shared histories, and her inclusion of a trans character!
Jul 9, 2021
Chris Bedell returns to discuss his novel Love Him/Hate Him and the real-life themes and difficulties he wove into this novel.
Jul 2, 2021
Michael G. Williams joins us to discuss relating to the queer experience through horror, science fiction, and urban fantasy. We dive into empowering queer voices rather than exploiting queer identities, and laugh about some of the joys of writing queer stories.