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!
Last night (October 5) at the multi-author book launch hosted by Presses Renaissance Press, I read from The Stealth Lovers and also got my copy of Nothing Without Us. It never stops being magical—holding the paperbacks of my work for the first time. *happy sigh* I thought I’d provide an update where you can buy … More Update: Here’s where you can buy The Stealth Lovers and Nothing Without Us!
Wheee! I know I’ve been boinging between which one of my WIPs I should work on since completing The Stealth Lovers, but I’ve made a decision for NaNoWriMo 2019. It’s time to go back and finish the sequel to Life in the ’Cosm. Yup, Life in Another ’Cosm: Jinny from the Blog will be my … More NaNoWriMo 2019: I’m taking the plunge again!
I’m autistic. You don’t know how freeing it is to write that. Every single time I do, I feel like a little more of that burden I’ve been carrying for decades is being lifted off my shoulders. I’m one of those cases (as happens to many autistic cisgender women) where I only discovered this last … More Masking: The Fine Art of Faking Being Neurotypical