Hey folks! I'm over at Romance Eh? Canadian Style today talking about Pride Month. If you've in the mood, hop on over. I go back to the beginning: my first Pride, and also my first novel, which is set during Pride here in Ottawa. I've got new release news I'll be talking about tomorrow, and … Continue reading Celebrating Pride Month over at Romance Eh? Canadian Style…
In many ways, my first novel Light was a love letter to my first experiences at Pride. It was the first time I found myself surrounded by people like me—and lots of people who were nothing like me, but loved who I was and I loved them just as much for being who they were—and … Continue reading Light and Pride Week: Raise the Flag!
Next Thursday night (that would be the 18th of August), Christian Baines, Stevie Mikayne, James K. Moran, and myself will be giving a small reading event at Stonewall Gallery. It starts at 6:00pm, and if you'd like to attend, please RSVP here (the Facebook event page) to let the owner know how many folk to expect. Four … Continue reading Pride Event: “Show Your Pride” at Stonewall Gallery, August 18th, 6:00pm.
I've barely been writing. My 'Writing Wednesday' updates are to keep myself honest, in line, and on track, and I've completely derailed. To the point where I was too guilty to post Writing Wednesdays for a few weeks. Partly, it's Orlando. I've got three major writing projects right now—the novel, Triad Soul, my village novellas, and another … Continue reading Writing Wednesday – Guilty, Crazy, Panicky, Lazy edition
It's already happening. I'm seeing those "I didn't fight so hard just so twenty-somethings could dance around on a float" posts. Now, y'all know I'm a huge believer in the importance of passing on our queer history—which we usually don't inherit—and Pride definitely has a part of this (or at least, every Pride I've ever … Continue reading Pride
I had a blast yesterday working at After Stonewall during Pride, and it was a real joy to see our wee gay village full of people. The parade was rerouted this year and the new path is fantastic - it begins on one end of the gay village, loops around, and ends at the other … Continue reading Pride