It's hard to believe, but it's time for GCLS again. This year, the lesbian writers' conference is in Washington DC. I've never been to DC, so it's going to be fun finally getting to see my country's capital (even though we're going to hell in a hand basket). This year's con is going to a … Continue reading That Time Again
I got back a few days ago from GCLS in New Orleans and wrote all about it over at Women & Words. One of the most memorable moments for me was when Dorothy Allison, author of Bastard Out of Carolina and other works, said during her keynote speech: My daddy was a son of a … Continue reading What I Learned This Summer
This is my last blog before leaving for GCLS in Portland, Oregon. For those of you who are unfamiliar with GCLS, it’s the Golden Crown Literary Society. It’s an organization that promotes lesbian literature. Every year, they hold a conference, where authors and readers can gather, meet, discuss, and learn. There are discussion panels, writers’ … Continue reading Westward Bound!