My neurodiverse brain tends to pick up on patterns, whether they are patterns on objects or patterns of behaviour. And for the last several months, I’ve been somehow more attuned to an increasing number of posts where authors are just metaphorically punching themselves repeatedly in their own faces. Some are people I know, and others … More Why I’m so done with writers putting themselves down—me included.
I’m so proud to announce that I’ll be at Glad Day Bookshop to launch Nothing Without Us and The Stealth Lovers on November 30. Also joining us is the amazing Su Sokol, who’ll be reading from her latest novel, Run J Run. (Her first novel, Cycling to Asylum was fantastic, too.) Consider stopping by to … More Toronto Book Launch of Run J Run, Nothing Without Us, and The Stealth Lovers
Hey, there! Can*Con 2019 is happening at the Sheraton Ottawa (150 Albert Street) this weekend, October 18-20. Here’s where you can find me: Friday October 18: Sheraton Ottawa, Renaissance table, from 2-4 pm, Vendor Room. Open to the public! I’ll be there, promoting The Stealth Lovers and Nothing Without Us. My first book, Life in … More I’ll be at Can*Con 2019, doing stuff!
I’ve known this for a good while, but I am so massively excited to tell you all! Derek Newman-Stille will be presenting their paper, Desiring Disability: Frankensteinian Bodily Potential in Cait Gordon’s The Hilltop Gathering, at this international symposium: The Gothic, the Abject and the Supernatural:200 Years of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein October 31- November 2, … More The Hilltop Gathering will be the subject of an academic paper, presented this November!
I feel my characters in these microcosms are always trying to tell me something about myself. When I was drafting Life in the ’Cosm, I was #DisabledAndAlone, so not in community with other Disabled folks. I was frightened, completely unsure about my future. I had been a runner and worked out regularly. Then fibromyalgia pummeled … More Noola schooled me in ’Cosm. Xax did in The Stealth Lovers!