Reading at Saints and Sinners Literary Festival

This weekend I’m attending, for the first time, the Saints and Sinners Literary Festival in New Orleans. In its 15th year, this gathering of LGBTQ writers has become one of the premier events of the queer literary world. Today, I … Continue reading

Boom – Homegrown Terrorists Are a Problem

Boom… March 2, 2018, Austin, Texas. A package bomb went off at the home of Anthony Stephan House, killing him. Boom… March 12, 2018, Austin, Texas. A package bomb killed Draylen Mason, a 17 year-old, and injured his mother. Boom… … Continue reading

Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews

Jerry L. Wheeler at Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews has reviewed Sin Against the Race. The site has hundreds of reviews over many years, so I am grateful for the review. “First novels are tough, especially ones that aim to tell … Continue reading