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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

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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.

Language:

English

Contact:

608-618-1690


Episodes

Ep160 - MD Neu - Cross Gender, Cross Culture, Cross Economics

4/20/2018
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M.D. Neu joins us to chat about his works, with a deep look into the immortal vampires from his novel The Calling, as well as how our books are discovered, and the reality that LGBTQA is cross culture, cross gender, cross economics!!

Duration:01:00:41

Ep159 - Lee James - I Don't Need to Draw You A Picture

4/13/2018
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Lee James returns to talk with us about his new novel Threads, and about searching for a mainstream publisher after life among the boutique publishers, including children as characters, and world building when your work isn't romance driven.

Duration:01:18:43

Ep158-Sharita Lira-From My Own Crazy Brain

4/6/2018
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Sharita Lira, who writes as Michael Mandrake (and a couple others), joins us to discuss her latest books in the Immortals series AND the Protekt series. Additionally, she drops a bomb on Vance when she tells him she's one of the founders of the Queer in Color resource for authors and readers! https://www.queerincolor.com

Duration:00:46:12

Ep157-Jeff McKown-The Opposite of What I Intended

3/30/2018
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This week Jeff McKown joins us to talk about writing his first novel, Solid Ground, the line between fiction and autobiography, and living the writing life!!

Duration:01:01:48

Ep156-Debbie McGowan-Connoisseur Sounds Much More Classy Than Fanatic

3/23/2018
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Debbie McGowan joins us to talk about her experience as an author on the submission treadmill and how those experiences led to her founding Beaten Track Publishing to provide assisted independent publishing for authors!!

Duration:00:58:35

Ep155-FE Feeley Jr-A Fun Return to the Dark Side

3/16/2018
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F.E. Feeley Jr. returns to discuss "Closer" - his latest novel, his adventures in poetry, and the meaning of art.

Duration:00:53:44

Ep154 - J Scott Coatsworth - And Then This Happened

3/9/2018
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J. Scott Coatsworth returns to talk about his latest release Lander, breaking into self-publishing, and announce the Queer SciFi Flash Fiction Contest Theme!

Duration:00:54:36

Ep153 - Kevin Snow - The Price of Admission

3/2/2018
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Kevin Snow joins us to talk about his latest work Fear and Loathing in Mouschwitz, his experiences with sexual harassment in the entertainment industry, and the meaning of gonzo journalism! ** WARNING: This episode contains frank discussions on sensitive topics that might make some listeners extremely uncomfortable. Please listen at your own discretion. And, as with every episode, the views of the guest do not necessarily represent the views of the podcast or its founders. **

Duration:01:24:55

Ep152 - Trevor Barton - Not All Of Them Spark

2/23/2018
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Trevor Barton joins us to talk about his Brobots series, futurology, and keeping the writing accessible! ** NOTE: Trevor Barton composed and performed all of the music used for this episode, and has graciously allowed us to use it for his interview! **

Duration:01:04:34

Ep151-Tom Baker-All The Positive Things In Your Life

2/16/2018
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Tom Baker joins us to talk about his latest novel Green, life in the military before Don't Ask-Don't Tell, prose poetry, and to share his 2018 recommendations!

Duration:00:44:42

Ep150 - Hannah Carmack - I Guess What Changed Was Me

2/9/2018
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Hannah Carmack joins us to talk about her first novel Seven-Sided Spy, poetry, the visibility of disabilities in fiction, her spotify playlist, and working with youth through STEM Reads!

Duration:00:35:01

Ep149 - Mel Gough - Serial Numbers Filed Off

2/2/2018
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Mel Gough joins us to talk about her first novel A World Apart, her fan fiction roots, and then she shares some give-away goodies!

Duration:00:46:26

Ep148-Rebecca Langham-And That's By Design

1/26/2018
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Rebecca Langham joins us to talk about her first novel Beneath the Surface, playing Broomball, genre-before-romance, being Australian, and then drop the dish on her next book!

Duration:00:58:43

Ep147 - Jeff Jacobson - Gruff & Scrindr

1/19/2018
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Jeff Jacobson returns to talk about breaking his first novel into two books, The Boy Who Couldn't Fly Straight and The Boy Who Couldn't Fly Home, where his series is heading, and his first big fancy book launch!

Duration:01:07:26

Ep 146 - BA Brock - Admittedly Wide Rule

1/12/2018
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Ben Brock joins us to talk about his first novel, King of the Storm, bisexuality, pansexuality, and being trans in the MM community!

Duration:01:04:33

Ep 145 - AE Ross - Hey I Can Do This

1/5/2018
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A.E. Ross joins us to talk about their first novel, Run in the Blood, coming to novel-writing from screen- and animation writing, and writing that represents non-binary identities, mental health, and chronic illness!

Duration:00:49:31

Ep 144 - Keely - Toby - Lots of Colors

12/29/2017
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This week two teens, Keely on the West Coast and Toby in the Midwest, join us to talk about what they like in books and media, and what they'd like to see more of!

Duration:00:56:04

Ep 143 - Meredith King - You Cant Get Happier Than Happy

12/22/2017
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Meredith King joins us to talk about what Diverse Reader is and what they offer, as well as give some insight into successful vs. not-so-successful promotion!

Duration:01:02:04

Ep 142 - Robin Reardon - Are You Out of Your Mind It's All About Love

12/15/2017
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Robin Reardon joins us to talk about her motto, why she started writing LGBTQ, why she writes for teens specifically, and how she includes all manner of subjects into her work!

Duration:01:04:03

Ep 141 - Lindsay Pierce - Resiliency

12/8/2017
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Lindsay Pierce joins us to talk about her breakout novel, Trans Liberty Riot Brigade, the dystopian themes we're seeing come to life, the nature of Y/A, and the importance of resiliency!

Duration:01:14:41

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