I apologize for this post being late, but I spent some extra time to make sure I covered as many topics as possible. For the last couple of weeks we've been looking at the asexuality spectrum and how to write asexual characters. Last week we discussed more about the spectrum and went over some terminology… Continue reading Going Over the Rainbow: Writing an Asexual Character Part 2
Last week we discussed what asexuality is and the challenges faced by many asexuals. We really only dipped our toe in the water though, there is a lot more to being asexual than what I can cover in a couple of blog posts, so I very much encourage you to click through the links and… Continue reading Going Over the Rainbow: Writing an Asexual Character
For this month's Going Over the Rainbow post we are going to look at one of the more misunderstood orientations—asexuality. I've broken this post up across two weeks because there are a lot of misconceptions as to what being asexual is and I want to address those before getting into actually writing an asexual character. So what… Continue reading Going Over the Rainbow: The Asexuality Spectrum
Yesterday I had the very fun priviledge of being a guest artist at a local comic book shop for Free Comic Book Day.
If you like steampunk, adventure, conspiracies and grand masquerades along with technologically progressive lesbian queens, nonbinary spies and gay soldiers then my current WIP The Jeweled Dagger is probably right up your alley. Below is the introduction to Lafayette Goddard, one of the main characters. The clang reverberated through the cell block, jolting Lafayette from… Continue reading The Jeweled Dagger: Excerpt
The Role of Science Fiction in Literature I've been reading science fiction since I was very young. I honestly don't even remember the first sci-fi book I read. I do remember the first one that made a huge impact on me. It was a short story by Ray Bradbury called All Summer in a… Continue reading Transformers, Sex and Why Science Fiction is Socially Relevant