A few years ago, I was lucky enough to go to watch a panel with Raymond Luczak in Toronto, specifically about queerness and Deafness, and I've been diving my way through his work ever since. He's clever and funny and has a turn-of-phrase skill I just adore, and this is so very apparent in "Mafia … Continue reading Short Stories 366:165 — “Mafia Butterfly,” by Raymond Luczak
Happy Pride Month! As is likely clear by now, I have an anthology and collection purchasing problem. I adore short fiction (again, super clear by now) and especially I love finding new voices by reading queer anthologies, and as such there are more than a few queer anthologies and collections on my shelf that I'm … Continue reading Short Stories 366:153 — “September Song,” by Raymond Luczak
Right, so where was I? Oh! I hadn't barfed or burped in front of some legends of queer literature, and I'd made it through my reading, and the whole of Naked Heart now stretched before me with zero sense of stage fright, imposter syndrome, or anxiety. After the reading, I trotted over to Buddies in … Continue reading Deaf Writers on Access, Audience, and Achievement.