Monthly Archives: June 2012

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On a more Lighthearted Note… Found this on Reddit and, as I am not bereft of a sense of humor–or a penchant for drunk texting, for that matter, thought I’d share it here.  Personally, Emily Dickinson’s…

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Queer Writers

Pride weekend is just wrapping up here in NYC, and I’ve been really busy. Between helping organize an event that included a march and an anti-awards ceremony dedicated to “honoring” all the biggest jerks in the LGBTQ community (Dan Savage … Continue reading

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On Bloomsday Eve, I’m In a Relationship with James Joyce, and it’s Complicated

Tomorrow is Bloomsday, a literary holiday celebrated through the world, but mostly in Dublin, in which people follow the path that Leopold Bloom wove through the city in James Joyce’s novel Ulysses. I get really excited about the celebration of any work … Continue reading

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Genre Fiction: Acid Western: The Devils That Have Come to Stay

Those of you who have been following along with this blog, or who know me, know that I am currently “unemployed”, i.e. writing a fuckin’ novel. My novel is an acid western set in the California Gold Rush. In this … Continue reading

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