Gallivanting is hard and if you write steampunk, there will probably be corsets

Gallivanting is hard and if you write steampunk, there will probably be corsets

Women and Words Overview 2-8 June 2018

ERMAHGERD Andi’s back after gallivanting around for a while, and demonstrates her continued inability to keep things on track. She also wonders how the hell Fiona Zedde manages to just pick up and gallivant all around the world at a moment’s notice when she herself can barely get it together on the day-by-day. Also, sex, underwear, and corsets. Because why not?

 

2 June: Women and Wordster Ann Etter joined us with a few books she goes back to again and again because she lurvs them. Tell her in the comments what those books might be for you!

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4 June: Author and Women and Wordster Lynette Mae joined us to discuss a local issue that has attracted anti-trans sentiment, and that demonstrates how cruel people can be.

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6 June: Author and Women and Wordster Penny Mickelbury celebrated a birthday last week, and gives us a few words about how happy she was about it, and about the beauty life can offer.

Also 6 June: Author and Women and Wordster Carsen Taite found a couple of vlog interviews she did with author Dena Blake and Lisa Moreau. Go check ’em out!

7 June: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle muses about sex on TV, in lesfic, and also tips us to the fact that she’s got a short story coming out in Best Lesbian Erotica, vol. 3. (ed. by Sacchi Green)

8 June: Author Lise MacTague stopped by to dish on her fear of women’s underwear and corsets and how she overcame the latter to write a paranormal steampunk novel, Demon in the Machine (out 14 June!).

Also! The Golden Crown Literary Society (GCLS) is holding its conference 4-8 July in Las Vegas. Find more info HERE.

And congrats to all the Lambda winners! Find the full list of the 30th annual Lambda Literary Awards HERE.