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We interview LGBTQ authors who are writing more than romance. Our guests and listeners span the globe as well as the entire spectrum of humanity.

We interview LGBTQ authors who are writing more than romance. Our guests and listeners span the globe as well as the entire spectrum of humanity.
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United States

Description:

We interview LGBTQ authors who are writing more than romance. Our guests and listeners span the globe as well as the entire spectrum of humanity.

Language:

English

Contact:

608-618-1690


Episodes

Ep189 – Angel Martinez and Freddy MacKay – There’s Murder Involved

11/9/2018
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Angel Martinez and Freddy MacKay introduce the second book in their Lijun Series: Trysts and Burning Embers. We also delve into writing non-binary characters and ways to bend tropes into something new.

Duration:01:08:21

Ep188-Sharita Lira-I Love Stories That Go Against the Grain

11/2/2018
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Sharita Lira returns to discuss her TWO releases, Push (from Dreamspinner) and Because You Loved Me (Indie Published). We then chat about queer people of color in the media.

Duration:01:05:55

Ep187 – Frank W. Butterfield – My Gay Perry Mason

10/26/2018
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Frank W. Butterfield returns to the show to discuss adding a series alongside his current series, reconstructing history, and reviewer vs character point of view. Learn more about Frank W. Butterfield at https://www.frankwbutterfield.com

Duration:01:02:03

Ep186-Siegmund Fuchs-Why Dont I Try Creating the World

10/19/2018
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Siegmund Fuchs joins us to talk about his play, In The Closet, why writing a play is different, why everyone should try it, and the reality of getting your work from page to stage.

Duration:00:50:49

Ep185-Sera Trevor-Ugh Reality

10/12/2018
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Sera Trevor joins us to talk about her upcoming release, Earthly Pleasures, as well as writing fantasy in M/M, and fantasy that is not set in or inspired by medieval times!

Duration:00:47:26

Ep184-AM Burns-A lot of Grand Adventures

10/5/2018
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Andy Burns joins us to discuss The Arena (the second novel in his The Adventures of Horc series). We also discuss writing with multiple co-authors and juggling multiple pen names!

Duration:00:57:10

Ep183-Tarian PS Knock-Will Write For Sex

9/28/2018
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Join us for a hilarious chat with Tarian PS Knock on the topics of writing historical fiction, trans and Native American representation in our works. This is one NOT to miss!

Duration:01:00:27

Ep182-Casey Wolfe-Dont Quote Me on This

9/21/2018
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Casey came back to discuss her new novel, A Mage's Power, as well as twisting tropes, and reviews as a marketing tool!

Duration:00:55:32

Ep181-Matthew Bright-Cant Do Victorian Without a Bit of Sadism

9/14/2018
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Matt rejoins us this week to discuss editing Gents: Steamy Tales from the Age of Steam as well as historical settings for gay male fiction/erotica and the editing process that goes into compiling a great anthology.

Duration:00:45:01

Ep180-Andrew J Peters-A Very Spoofy RomCom

9/7/2018
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Andrew J. Peters joins us to talk about his new release Irresistible, the state of LGBT literature, and the need for more representation in RomCom, Fantasy, and other fiction.

Duration:00:56:44

Ep179-AM Leibowitz-I Dont Need A Word Im Just Me

8/31/2018
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AM (Amy) Leibowitz joins us to talk about her new release Drumbeat and her novella Year of the Guilty Soul. We also talk craft, Bi-Erasure/Phobia and the impact of invisible disability in literary and media works.

Duration:01:09:39

Ep178-Sergio Hildago Campos-Never Too Late

8/24/2018
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Mexican Graphic Artist, Sergio Hildago-Campos, joins us to discuss his burgeoning portfolio, his views on cultural art and the economics of producing art in a country that has a rich heritage of a unique form of expression.

Duration:00:22:46

Ep177-Chris Bedell-I Know How To Tease a Little Bit

8/17/2018
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Chris Bedell joins us to discuss his upcoming release In the Name of Magic- a Y/A dystopian fantasy set in an earth-like 1920s - as well as discussing the craft of writing for a Young Adult audience.

Duration:00:43:39

Ep176-Todd Allen Smith-A Deep Wound You Dont Feel At First

8/10/2018
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Todd Allen Smith joins us to discuss his memoir Murder, Romance, and Two Shootings where he recounts being shot twice and the death of a close friend in a gay bashing. He also shares his expertise on the rising gun violence and the dangers of violence against the LGBTQ community in the US.

Duration:00:41:26

Ep175-Giovanna Reaves-Everybody Has A Little Fear of Something

8/3/2018
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Giovanna Reaves joins us to discuss facing her fear and starting her journey as a writer, her most recent novel Ryland's Inferno, the worlds she builds in her books, and attending GRL for the second time!

Duration:00:32:10

Ep174-Karelia Stetz-Waters-Rest Your Heart For A Little While

7/27/2018
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Karelia Stetz-Waters joins us to discuss her novel Worth the Wait (Out in Portland), how her activist past fueled her passion to write, and why the LGBTQ crowd needs slightly different Happily Ever Afters!

Duration:01:00:36

Ep173-Brenda Murphy-Write the Effer

7/20/2018
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Brenda Murphy joins us to discuss her novel Both Ends of the Whip, working as a creative person with ADHD/ADD, and to give some methods for attaining focus and getting the work done.

Duration:00:56:03

Ep172-Asta Idonea-It All Started Because of Shakespeare

7/13/2018
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Asta Idonea joins us to discuss how she became an author, her two upcoming releases: Beastly Businessmen and Guitar Gods and Super for You, Bad for Me. We also discuss myth and fairy tales and the archetypes for both and writing superhero novels with a twist. Asta then contributes to our growing list of RFQs and what's next for her.

Duration:00:34:28

Ep171 - We The People

7/4/2018
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Vance took the streets of the world, both digital and real, to ask "What does American mean to you?" The answers are powerful. We at the WROTE Podcast wish you a happy and safe Independence Day.

Duration:00:41:20

Ep170 - JS Fields - Lesbians Working With Wood In Space

6/29/2018
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JS Fields returns to share Ardulum Third Don, the final book in her trilogy - except for maybe a fourth, to share how fungi respond to Michael Bublé, and to reveal the story behind the scene readers have been wanting!

Duration:00:43:21