F.E. (Fredrick) Feeley, Jr. - author, poet, and screenwriter, returns to chat about releasing the print, ebook and audio versions of two collaborations with fellow authors, Kim Fielding (Hallelujah) and Jamie Fessenden (Borderland), as well as some about creating during the Covid-19 era and some politics for good measure.
Jayne Lockwood, one of WROTE's co-founders, returns for a lengthy, brilliant, informative and thoroughly entertaining discussion about her latest novel "Going Down," and touching up and re-releasing older works!
(Normally, we would edit for conciseness, but when Jayne's in the hot seat, you just sit back and let her go!)
Maram Taibah, children's fantasy author, shares her recent releases, The Road to Elephants and Weathernose - a steampunk fantasy for kids!
Jo Quenell joins us for a fun look at their current release, The Mud Ballad, and a talk about various subgenres of horror.
Tuffy Stanley and our very own Baz have started a new YouTube channel called Afterlife to discuss queer life after the age of 30. Vance tries to keep them on task, but silliness and giggles ensue.
Author and editor Jerry L. Wheeler joins us to discuss his revamping of his back catalog, and how he's trying to stay creative in this lockdown era.
Amara Lynn returns to discuss their Masks series, life as an indie author, and their growing LGBTQ writer-themed Twitter hashtags!
Writing duo O.E. Tearmann share their recent release, Aces and Eights, and talk about being two authors in a trenchcoat!
Delphia Baisden returns with her latest release, Blind Faith. We also discuss mental illness and how she weaves it into her works.
Kim Fielding shares her current releases, The Bureau 2 and Hallelujah, and the necessity of quality research when writing about anything to do with the Criminal Justice System.
EM Hamill brings laughs and fun as we discuss her current release, Peacemaker, and then delve into the life events that lead to her writing career.
Terry Connell discusses his new collection of short stories entitled, A Little Chatter, and then shares some wellness ideas for the safe-at-home era.
Reuben 'Tihi' Hayslett debuts his first novel, Dark Corners. We discuss the fine lines between fully fleshed out queer PoC characters and the paper doll variety previously taking up the mainstream media.
Silencio Marquez joins us to discuss their new release Soul of a Vampire, and the role social media can play in these social distancing era.
Hans M Hirschi shares his upcoming release Matt: More Than Words, and a project he's working on that pairs writers and dancers, plus a bit about being creative in this Covid-19 era.
The hosts discuss the current Covid-19 situation, some coping ideas, and then drift into a discussion on all things Trek.
Brent Hartinger, playwright, screenwriter and novelist, returns to discuss his latest release, Otto Digmore Decision, his career as a writer, and the decision he and his husband Michael made to become digital nomads.
Julia McBryant returns to share her latest works, A Low Country Lovers bundle, a gay-boys-drama titled Masked Boys, and her first lesbian fiction Never Have I Ever. She then drops some wisdom of the ages!
Jan St. Marcus shares his new novel release, Damaged Hearts. We discuss POV, characters who come from damaging backgrounds and queerdom in literary and media works.
Naomi McDougall Jones, award-winning actress, writer, producer and women-in-film activist, sparks an important conversation about equity in the film industry with her first book, The Wrong Kind of Women: Inside Our Revolution to Dismantle the Gods of Hollywood, published by Beacon Press.