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The annual list, updated as new things arise; right now, there's a bunch of things that aren't confirmed yet but I'll update when I have details:
  • greydogtales - Online. Queer Horror Month Celebration (collaboration with Gingernuts of Horror). Monthlong through January. I have a lengthy interview up about my work and thoughts about queer horror; plus, my short fiction collection Out of This World: Queer Speculative Fiction will be on sale 1/21-1/27.
  • Queen of Swords Press 2nd Birthday Celebration at Bingley's Tea Salon - Minneapolis. January 19th, 2-4PM. Books, munchies, chocolate and excellent company! Come celebrate with us!

  • Wordplay, Minneapolis, MN - May 11-12th. The Loft Literary's new author festival. Michael Merriam and I will be reading on the Pop-up Stage at 2PM on 5/12.
  • Cream & Amber Author Reading, Hopkins, MN - May 19th. 2-3:30. Michael Merriam and I will be reading from Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space)
  • WisCon, Madison, WI - May 24th-27th. Awaiting approval for a Queen of Swords Press party for our new titles.


  • OutWrite 2019 - Washington, D.C. TBD. Had a great time last year, hoping to be back again this year.

  • 2019 Twin Cities Book Festival, St. Paul, MN. October TBD. Queen of Swords Press will hopefully have a book table and will be hosting author Michael Merriam again as a guest author.
  • Multiverse Con - Atlanta, GA. October 18-20th. Author guest - doing panels, a reading and so forth. My wife, Jana Pullman, will be an artist guest.

  • Minnesota Women's Art Festival - TBD. Queen of Swords Press is hoping to have a book table and feature artwork by book artist Jana Pullman once again.
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Or, at least in the near future.

I've got a new guest blog up today, this one on author Karelia Stetz-Waters'
blog, on the topic of writing good sex scenes. This an appetizer for my online class, In Flagrante Delicto, which I'll be teaching on 3/31 (assuming people sign up) at Cat Rambo's Academy for Wayward Writers, so if you like my post, the class may be for you. I'll also be offering a class on editing anthologies on 4/6. And we are doing our financial planning for the replacement and attic redo this summer so if you're thinking of taking a class, now would be an excellent time. See also: buying books.

Speaking of books, I'm in the process of pulling together the latest Queen of Swords Press title, Wireless and More Steam-Powered Adventures by Alex Acks. Wireless is a sequel to Acks's Murder on the Titania and features more Ramos and Simms stories. They're both rollicking good reads and I highly recommend them! The cover reveal will be coming soon, along with preorder links, and the release date will be midApril (probably the 10th, but perhaps a week later), hopefully in time for ClexaCon and almost certainly in time for UntitledTown in Green Bay.

I'm also doing a talk on running a small press at DreamHaven Books on 3/21, "Running a Small Press: It's an Adventure!"  This will be a sequel to the talk I did in 2017 on getting started in small press publishing. There'll be time for Q&A, hopefully amusing anecdotes and some munchies, as well as QoSP books for sale. I'm also hoping to open up for book queries for 2020 for a bit in April and May, since i have a part-time assistant who i doing great work and can help me manage things. Fingers crossed.

Apart from all of this, I'm working on stuff. Blood Moon, the next menopausal werewolves novel, is moving along at a reasonably brisk pace. I hope to have a draft done by end of April, maybe sooner. I'm into that phase of pantsing where I know how it needs to end and that helps move things along. I've also sent in a pitch for an interesting project, am polishing up an essay for submission and will be getting some other things out the door this weekend while tackling my invite projects. I'm also looking forward to the Huldufolk Art Show on Saturday and Theatre Unbound's production of "Iphigenia and Other Daughters" on Saturday night (the same playwright's Fringe production, "Blood Noctourne" about Elizabeth Bathory was amazing). I'm also doing catch up on all my missed meetings and meetups from Snowpocalypse February. Should be fun.

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I'm pretty pleased to announce that my new historical short story, "By Her Pen, She Conquers," will be included on Heather Rose Jones' Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast later on this year. "Pen" is about an aspiring questioning/lesbian playwright trying to get established in the madcap theater world of Regency England. This year's line-up looks pretty interesting! And, of course, you can listen to my contribution from last year, "One Night in Saint-Martin" here (follow the links to the other stories). Please give these a listen and boost them, if you like them. This is very much a labor of love for Heather and one of the few options that those of us who write queer historical short fiction have to earn pro rates. (And please pledge the Patreon for the host site if you'd like more of this kind of programming).

I've got a bunch of interviews coming up on various blogs soon and will post when I have links. I've also just turned in a short book feature to Nerds of a Feather and that will go up in early March. I'm finishing up my outlines for my upcoming classes at Cat Rambo's Academy for Wayward Writers and should have everything finalized soon. I heartily recommend the classes on this site - I've enjoyed the ones I've taken and have  found them to be affordable and useful.

Otherwise, I'm wrangling taxes, and snow and more snow and prepping for this weekend's 13 Gears Steampunk Festival, where Queen of Swords Press will be sharing a table with authors Michael Merriam and Patrick W. Marsh. There'll be music and tea and costumes and fun and we'll be bringing our steampunkish titles, including Murder on the Titania and Other Steam-Powered Adventures by Alex Acks, Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space) and my own collection, Out of This World, which includes a steampunk ghost story. And speaking of both Alex and steampunk, we're working on the next Captain Ramos and crew book, Wireless and More Steam-Powered Adventures, which will be out in April from Queen of Swords Press. More on that soon!

After 13 Gears, I'll be performing (by which we mean reading my work) at the Not-So-Silent Planet Spoken Word/Open Mic Series: Love & Lust at Kieran's Pub in Minneapolis on 2/19. I'll be reading some sexy Emily L. Byrne fiction and I hope some of you can make it. Other performers include Lyda Morehouse, Laura Packet and Tom S. Tea, as well as brave open mic participants!

I'm hoping to be back working on Blood Moon again soon, so expect more updates on that as well.

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  • The annual list, updated as new things arise; right now, there's a bunch of things that aren't yet confirmed but I expect updates soon:



  • Hannah's Bookshelf - February 2nd, 4-6PM (U.K. time). I'm getting interviewed by the amazing Hannah Priest, editor, writer, scholar, politician and radio host on North Manchester FM. Check out the livestream if you're not in the area.
  • Cocktail Hour Podcast - February 7th. Air date shortly thereafter. I'll be interviewed about my current and upcoming work and Queen of Swords Press
  • Quatrefoil Women Author's Reading - March 18th. 1-4PM. Annual event at the Anderson Library at the University of MN. Come and hear your favorite queer women authors read their latest! Readers include Rachel Gold, Catherine Friend, MB Panichi and other writers, including me.
  • "One Night in Saint Martin" on the Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - March 31st. My work read aloud! By someone else! With theatrical flare!
  • ClexaCon - Las Vegas, NV. April 5-9. I'll be on the panel "Labels: Why We Need Them. Or Do We?" with the publishers from Blindeye Books and Sapphire Books. Queen of Swords Press will also be splitting a table with Blindeye Books in the Dealer's Room.
  • Shelfies Interview - April 30, online at Underground Book Reviews. Interview about my writing process, publishing, plans for Queen of Swords Press, etc.
  • WisCon, Madison, WI - May 25th-28th. Programming participant. Also hosting a release party for Queen of Swords Press' new title, Murder on the Titania and Other Steam-Powered Adventures by Alex Acks and sundry other works.

  • OutWrite 2018 - Washington, D.C. August 3rd - 5th. Author reading and a panel discussion.
  • 2018 Twin Cities Book Festival, St. Paul, MN. October 13th. Queen of Swords Press will have a book table and will be hosting author Michael Merriam as a guest author.
  • Wordbrew 6, Kieran's Irish Pub, Minneapolis. October 28th, 1-5 PM. The annual extravaganza of local science fiction, fantasy and horror writers reading their work. Different line up every year!
  • Books and Beer Popup Store, AZ Gallery, St. Paul. December 1, 1-6PM. I'll have a book table and there will be munchies and art and other authors.
  • Book release party for Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space) - DreamHaven Books, Minneapolis, December 5, 6:30-7:45. Featuring readings by yours truly and Michael Merriam. Also chocolate.
  • Minnesota Women's Art Festival - Minneapolis. December 8, 9:30-4:30. Queen of Swords Press will have a book table and will feature artwork by book artist Jana Pullman.
  • Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space) Reading - Eat My Words Bookstore, Minneapolis. December 13th, 7-8PM. Michael Merriam and I will be reading and signing books.
  • Queer Holiday Fair at the L Spot - Minneapolis. December 15th, 4-8PM. Stop by Minneapolis's new fun LGBT shop for a holiday craft and book fair.
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First the interview. The delightful Loren Rhoads invited me to her blog to answer 5 Questions, most of them about Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space). I've got a couple of these coming up on various author blogs - huge thanks to my hosts! Please check out Loren's blog and books.

The MN Women's Art Festival went splendidly and Jana and I both sold lots of things. And then I woke up on Sunday with Hell Cold still in full play, an ear infection and a migraine. Then today, I discovered that the ear infection is kind of a big deal so I'm on several antibiotics and still in a fair amount of pain. Sigh. I do, of course, have a
Scourge of the Seas of Time reading coming up on Thursday night at Eat My Words Bookstore and a Queer Author Holiday Sale and Benefit at the L Spot on Saturday. Plus a play in between. There were tons of things I wanted to do this week and none of them involved having a massive infection that may work its way into the bones of my ear (this was joyous news). So please root for the antibiotics. If they don't dent this thing by tomorrow, I have to go for more intensive things and really don't want that. Also, I want to go see "The Favourite" while it's still in town. Sigh.

Also, come to our events. And please buy books. You'll like them, really.

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Free this week only, I have a story in A Few More Winter Tales edited by Matthew Bright. This is an anthology of mostly queer winter and holiday-themed tales. My story is an f/f climate change fairytale, in case that is a thing you ever wanted to read by me. And of course, if you like that, I have an entire queer spec short fiction collection called Out of This World that you can get too, for a mere $3.99 (print also on sale this week).

Reading tomorrow night! Michael Merriam and I will be reading selections from Scourge of the Seas of Time (and Space) at Dreamhaven Books in Minneapolis from 6:30-7:45. There will also be Q&A and chocolate!
Also worth noting: DreamHaven's owner, Greg, has said that these last few months have been quite slow at the store, so please help keep our local indies open and stop by, even if you can't make our reading. We'll have another one on the 13th at Eat My Words Bookstore so you have two chances.

Queen of Swords Press and Western Slope Bindery (AKA my wife, Jana Pullman, and me) will have a booth at the MN Women's Art Festival this Saturday, December 8th at the Colin Powell Center in Minneapolis. This is always a good show and it's our first time doing it so please come by and say hi!
Also this weekend, the GPS Holiday Emporium, where Mike Merriam will selling his books, some Queen of Swords Press titles and the work of other local authors. Be sure and check that out too!

A lovely human reminded me today that I have a Ko-Fi account and that I should maybe do something more with it. If you like my fiction, my commentary, my YouTube readings, my articles and other miscellaneous things like the older women in spec fic bio, and would like to kick in a bit toward me doing all those things and more, that would be lovely. If you think it's something you'd like to do periodically, what kind of content would you like to see from me?

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jusf got back from vacation, about which there will be more later. In the meantime, if you're in the Twin Cities, you should check out the following readings this week:
  • Wednesday - Lois McMaster Bujold reads at DreamHaven Books, 6:30-7:30PM. I hear there's a new Ekaterin novella!
  • Thursday - Karin Kallmaker of Bella Books and numerous acclaimed titles reads and talks about lesbian romance at Quatrefoil Library from 6-8:30 PM
  • Friday - I'm reading with Karin, Jessie Chandler, Rachel Gold, M.B. Panichi, Nancy Hedin and Genta Sebastian at Once Upon a Crime Bookstore in Minneapolis, 7-9PM. I'll be reading ftom
  • one of my fantasy/mystery short stories and expect the other readings to be queer mysteries of one form or another. Should be fun!
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The annual list, updated as new things arise:

  • Skiffy and Fanty Podcast - I'll be interviewed on this Hugo-Award-nominated podcast about my work in general and about Out of This World and Queen of Swords Press specifically. Date of broadcast is TBD.
  • Quatrefoil Library, Minneapolis - March 26th, 1-4PM. Queer Author Series - readings and signings by a bunch of local authors, including yours truly.
  • Speculations SF Reading Series - April 19th, 6:30-7:45PM. I'll be reading from works new and in progress and such at DreamHaven Books in Minneapolis, MN.
  • Tea and Ghost Stories - April 29th, 5PM. Bingley's Tea Room, Minneapolis. I'll be reading a selection of my various ghost stories, there will be books for sale and excellent tea!
  • Books and Beer Pop-up Store, Lake Monster Brewing, St. Paul. - May 11th, 5:30-9:30. I will be there with the new print edition of Out of This World, as well copies of Respectable Horror and sundry promo materials for upcoming works.
  • WisCon, Madison, WI - May 26th-29th. Programming participant - panels and reading. Wandering about, being authorial and publisherial as well.
  • Diversicon, St. Paul, MN - July 21-23rd. Panelist and returning Special Guest.
  • Worldcon 75, Helsinki, Finland - August 9-13. Programming participant and moderator.
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Doubling down on the Doing of ALL the things!

Queen of Swords Press publishing achievements: 
  • Found a new way to lock myself out of the website, after figuring how to successfully hack the WordPress database to fix the first problem. Yay. This impacts me, but not visitors, FYI.
  • Submitted both books to the Rainbow Book Awards
  • Contacted OutlantaCon about advertising 
  • Hired a contract book publicist
  • Put out a second book
  • Produced the monthly newsletter (sign up at the website)
  • Tonight: learn how to set up a print book for IngramSpark
C. Lundoff, writer and editor:
  • Wrote and submitted a flash fiction piece to a contest
  • Finished and sent out my first Patreon post of the month
  • Began heavy revising and updating of LGBTQ SFFH history posts for new Queer Sci Fi column on the topic
  • Prepped for reading tomorrow night at DreamHaven Books
  • Tried to get on more programming at an upcoming con
  • Made progress on SILVER MOON edits, as well as other editing project. SILVER MOON is getting revised but not will not be a completely new book,FYI
  • Books and Beer Pop-Up Bookstore event on May 11, 5-9PM is officially a go! More details coming soon. Lake Monster Brewing, "My Baby Loves a Bunch of Authors" style event.
And more stuff ahead!
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The list in progress!


· Arisia, Boston, MA. Jan. 15-18th. I’m moderating a panel on the Founding Mothers of SFF and helping with the Outer Alliance gathering on Sunday. Otherwise, hanging out and enjoying myself.

· 2016 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event – Jan. 21. I’ll be doing a post on things I have pondered while serving as an awards judge for various writing awards.


· DevFest MN 2016February 6th, Minneapolis. I’ll be doing a joint presentation on Accessibility and Aging in IT with Twin Cities Women in Tech founder Valerie Lockhart.

· Inflagranti Delicto: Writing Good Sex Scenes – Loft Literary Center, Minneapolis. February 13, 1-5PM. Class that I’m offering at the Loft; it will need to have 6 or more registrants to carry.

· Lavender Ink: Writing and Selling LGBTQ Fiction - Loft Literary Center, Minneapolis. February 27, 1-4PM. Class that I’m offering at the Loft; it will need to have 6 or more registrants to carry.


Women Author's Event - Tretter Collection at the University of MN Libraries (joint event with Quatrefoil Library).March 26, 1-4PM. Featured authors include Jessie Chandler, Judith Katz, Pat Schmatz, MB Panichi, myself and possibly Rachel Gold.


AlterConf Minneapolis - Lead Pages, Minneapolis, April 9, 11PM - 4PM. Tech conference focused on diversity issues in IT and gaming. Valerie Lockhart and I will be focusing on making IT-related workplaces more accessible on multiple levels.



· Au Contraire! 2016 – Wellington, New Zealand. June 3-5th. No idea if I’ll be on programming but hoping to get on a panel or two. Besides, New Zealand! Whee!

CONvergence 2016 – Minneapolis, MN. June 30th- July 3rd. Panels, perhaps a reading. Got sick and was unable to attend. :-(



· Diversicon 24 – Minneapolis, MN (new hotel likely). July 29th-31st. Jessica Amanda Salmonson is GOH this year. Panels.


· MidAmericanCon II – Kansas City, MN. August 17th-21st. Worldcon for 2016. Panels (see tag)

Speculations Reading Series -

DreamHaven Books, Comics and Art, Minneapolis, MN. September 21st, 6:30PM. At which I will be reading stuff of my own composition and suchlike.


· Gaylaxicon 2016Minneapolis, MN. October 7th-9th. Panels and perhaps a reading.

· Arcana 46 – St. Paul, MN. October 21st-23rd. Panels. Alas, no Arcana for me as I have a conflict. But Kathe Koja is GOH and the rest of you should go.


· TeslaCon, hopefully. For the sheer joy of it. Madison, WI. November17th-20th



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 I'll be reading at DreamHaven Books, 2301 E. 38th Street, Minneapolis. On tap for tonight, a fantasy mystery short story, a not-quite-high-fantasy short story and a fantasy novel excerpt from novel in progress that I'm finally getting back to. No erotic content, queer protagonists. The fun starts at 6:30PM!

After this, Gaylaxicon 2016, October 7th-9th in St. Louis Park, MN should be fun. I'll be doing panels and such as an Author Guest.

On October 13th, I'll be one of the LGBT and/or Q authors on hand at the Open Book to help Quatrefoil Library celebrate its 30th anniversary. 

A few weeks after that, I'll be speaking to a class on the Politics of Science Fiction at the U. of MN. This won't be open to the public but I'm working on an article proposal on depictions of aging in SF/F/H based on the presentation so there'll be something to checkout.

Otherwise, I'm working hard at getting my new queer sf/f/h short fiction collection pulled together and sent out for progressing and formatting, I'm working on a new novella length retelling of Snow White with a bi female protagonist, novels are back in play and I'm poking at a class proposal for a class on Gothic fiction. More news as I have it!
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I've added the following fun stuff to my schedule:
  • Women's Month Reading at the Tretter Collection at the Elmer J. Anderson Library at the University of MN. Annual event cosponsored with the Quatrefoil Library, Saturday, March 26th, 1-4PM. I'll be reading with Rachel Gold, Jessie Chandler, Judith Katz, Ellen Lansky, Pat Schmatz and MB Panichi.
  • AlterConf Minneapolis at Lead Pages. April 9th, 11-4PM. Valerie Lockhart and I will be doing a presentation on making tech workplaces more accessible.
I also got word that a story of mine has been accepted for an antho I really wanted to get into - details to be announced after I have them.

Queen of Swords Press:
  • Tweeking the author contract
  • On the waiting list for a P.O. Box
  • Got the email working
  • Website is mocked up but waiting on new version of the logo and some text before I link
  • Next up, more Quickbooks, short collections, post for submissions, get ISBNs and start formatting fun. It is moving, it's just slow.

Day job, rolling downhill. Other stuff, in progress. More bulletins soon.

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2013's upcoming event and writing-related activities. I'll be adding more as they get finalized and linking as soon as there are things to link to.

  •  Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event, throughout the month of January. I'll be doing a guest post on host author K.T.Grant's blog on writing lesbian and bi characters in historical fiction, 1/12/13.
  • Guest blog on author Cathy Pegau's blog on the topic of  "In Person Events for Writers."
  • Author reading on Wednesday, January 23rd at 7PM at Subtext: A Bookstore in St. Paul

  •  GCLS Conference Blog - guest blog on my experiences at the GCLS Conference. TBD
  • Marscon -  March 1-3, Minneapolis. Attending professional.
  • Portland Lesbian Book Salon - March 3. Q&A by phone, since I can't make it to Oregon, alas.
  • Quatrefoil Library - March 16th, Minneapolis. Quatrefoil's new location - annual women's fiction reading with several other authors.
  • Hour of the Wolf Radio Show, WBAI, NYC. Tentatively scheduled for March 19th. Reading and interview.

  • WisCon, May 24-27th. Attending professional.
  • S.E. Wisconsin Festival of Books - September 20-22. I'm scheduled for a panel called "OUTspoken and OUTfront: LGBTQ Writers Moving Beyond Binaries" on Saturday, 9/21 in the afternoon. 
  • North Country Gaylaxians Book Club - October 8th, Discussion of Silver Moon at Quatrefoil Library, St. Paul 7PM.
  • Minneapolis Lesfic Book Club - October 30, Discussion of Silver Moon, 7:30PM (not generally open to the public - contact me for details if you want to attend).

Somewhere in here, I'm signed up to do some mentoring for GCLS and a few other things which are very much TBD. All in all, I'm hoping to keep it a lighter year than 2012 so I can get in more writing. We'll see how that goes.
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And only a few weeks in and I've already blown both my word count deadline and my desire to post a link round-up every Friday, the former being more serious than the latter. On the bright side, I did get in some writing this week and got a long overdue (based on my deadline, not theirs) guest blog off to SF Signal on the topic of LGBT SFF before 1970. This will be part of a series of posts going up through the 1980s, I think. More if people are interested. Otherwise, life's all about spaceships, sexy starship captains and werewolves.

Got to
MCBA's Book Arts Festival this morning and did a bunch of preemptive holiday shopping. Now I'm prepping dinner for a friend coming over for dinner (courtesy of our new slow cooker) and programming lessons in SAS. the madness of my Saturday nights is not to be believes, I tell you. :-)

Tomorrow (11/17), I'll be reading at the Acadia Cafe at noon with other local specfic authors for the 2013
MNSpec Writer's Showcase. I'm also going to be participating in reading scenes from a friend's new play. It should be fun and Acadia has excellent lunch so come on down and support the locals.

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2013 MNSpec Writers' Showcase

  • Acadia Cafe

    329 Cedar Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN (map)

  • At noon on Sunday Nov 17th, MNSpec members will take the stage and give short readings from their works at Acadia Cafe Local specfic authors reading current works. Reading slots will be appx 10 minutes.. 

    List of Readers (Actual reading order will be determined at the show)

    • Joel Arnold

    • Kelly Barnhill

    • Rob Callahan

    • Eli Effinger-Weintraub

    • Terry Faust

    • Catherine Lundoff

    • Michael Merriam

    • Margaret Taylor

    • Dar Numan

    • Joy Hurtado 

    This is a public (and free) event. 

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Diversicon 21 is looming large on the horizon. Next week, to be precise. We'll be kicking this off with a guest reading at DreamHaven Books, Comics and Art on Thursday, 8/1. 6:30-8:30, featuring Jack McDevitt, Roy C. Booth and me. The convention fun starts on Friday and runs through Sunday afternoon. I don't have my finalized schedule yet, but I'll be autographing, participating in the auction, talking about female werewolves, talking about LGBTQ fiction you should be reading, sfnal romance and science fiction organizations promoting diversity in the field. And probably something else that I've forgotten. Should be a good time.

In other news, I managed to get 2 short stories out the door yesterday, plus some more writing done on both the novel proposal and the Silver Moon sequel, Blood Moon. I'm going to bite the silver bullet on the latter and do an outline for it in hopes of picking up speed, but fear that family drama and the associated "fun" is going to really bust up my writing time for this Fall. Not to mention my time for everything else, but I'm really hoping to be proven wrong on this on. The good part is that in the here and now, I have new work to read next week. Yay! And am feeling better than yesterday - double yay! :-)
Full steam ahead.

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TODAY! Quatrefoil Library Women's Month Reading at the Anderson Library, U. of MN 2-5PM. Ellen Hart, Rachel Gold, Catherine Friend, Jessie Chandler, Ellen Lansky and me -
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Women’s Author Event
Saturday, March 16, 2013
2:00 - 5:00 pm
Join the Quatrefoil Library and The Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection in celebrating our favorite local authors.

Scheduled to appear:
Ellen Hart
Catherine Friend
Catherine Lundoff
Ellen Lansky
Rachel Gold
Jessie Chandler 
The event is free and open to the public.

The event will be held in room 120 of the University of Minnesota’s Elmer Andersen Library located at 222 21st Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55455.
For more information visit

For information on directions and parking at the University of Minnesota’s Elmer Andersen Library visit:


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I'll be reading at @subtextbooks this Wednesday, 1/23 at 7PM

The link just mentions "Moon" but I'm planning on reading from some new stories too. :-)
Subtext is in the old Common Good Books under Nina's Coffee in St. Paul.
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Cut to spare the uninterested. I'm working on a guest blog post on organizing readings and panels and so forth, so I thought I'd put the full list somewhere I can find it easily.

Speculations Series, DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis, MN 2012.
Marscon, Minneapolis, MN, 2012.

Women's History Month Reading, Quatrefoil Library, St. Paul, MN 2012.
Women and Children First Bookstore, Chicago, IL 2012.
Outwords Books. Gifts and Coffee, Milwaukee, WI 2012.
WisCon, Madison, WI 2012.
Magers & Quinn Bookstore, Minneapolis, MN 2012.
CONvergence, Minneapolis, MN 2012.
Diversicon, St. Paul, MN 2012.
Worldcon, Chicago, IL 2012.
Gaylaxicon, Minneapolis, MN 2012.
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Marscon, Minneapolis, MN, 2011.
Gaylaxicon/Outlantacon, Atlanta, GA 2011.
Outwrite Books and Coffee, Atlanta, GA 2011.
WisCon, Madison, WI 2011.
Erotic Author's Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV 2011.
True Colors Bookstore, Minneapolis, MN 2011.
Northern Spark Festival, Bedtime Stories at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN 2011.
Marscon, Minneapolis, MN, 2010.
Queer Voices Reading Series, Hamline University, St. Paul, MN 2010.
Form + Content Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 2010.
A-Kon 2010, Dallas, TX 2010.
True Colors Bookstore, Minneapolis, MN 2010.
Women's Week Cleis Press Reading, Provincetown, MA 2010.
Marscon, Minneapolis, MN 2009.
WisCon, Madison, WI 2009.
CONvergence, Minneapolis, MN 2009.
The Loft Literary Center, Minneapolis, MN 2009.
Gaylaxicon, Minneapolis, MN 2009
Atlanta Queer Literary Festival, Atlanta, GA 2009.
Marscon, Minneapolis, MN 2008.
WisCon, Madison, WI 2008.
Haunted Hearths Publication Readings, True Colors Bookstore and DreamHaven Bookstore 2008.
CONvergence, Minneapolis, MN 2008.
Gaylaxicon, Washington, D.C. 2008.
In the Flesh Erotica Reading at The Happy Endings Lounge, New York, NY 2007.
Marscon, Minneapolis, MN 2007.
WisCon, Madicon, WI 2007.
SASE Speculations Reading Series, DreamHaven Books, Minneapolis, MN 2007.
Amazon Bookstore Cooperative, Minneapolis, MN 2007.
Outwrite Books and Coffee, Atlanta, GA 2007.
WisCon, Madison, WI, 2006.
SASE Speculations Series, DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis, MN 2006.
WisCon, Madison, WI, 2005.
SASE Speculations Series, DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis, MN 2005.
SASE Speculations Series, DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis, MN 2004.
The Smitten Kitten, Minneapolis, MN 2004 - Erotica reading with Heather Corinna and Elise Matthesen.

Drury Lane Books, Grand Marais, MN 2003. Norcroft Writers Reunion.
SASE Speculations Series, DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis, MN 2003.
World Fantasy Convention, Minneapolis, MN 2002.
DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis 2002 - Erotica reading with Hanne Blank and Heather Corinna.

Amazon Bookstore Cooperative, Minneapolis 2002.
 WisCon, Madison, WI 2002.
SASE Speculations Series, DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis, MN 2001.
Marscon, Minneapolis, MN, 2001.
Norcroft Residents’ Reading, Southdale Public Library, Minneapolis, MN, 2001.
Best Lesbian Erotica Readings, Bluestockings Women’s Bookstore, New York City, NY, 2001.
Arise! Bookstore and Resource Center, Minneapolis, MN 2001.
SASE Speculations Series, DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis, MN 2000.
Diversicon, St. Paul, MN 2000.
SASE Speculations Series, DreamHaven Books and Comics, Minneapolis, MN 1999.
Powderhorn Writers Festival, Mayday Cafe, Minneapolis, MN 1998.
WisCon, Madison, WI 1998.
Arise! Bookstore and Resource Center, Minneapolis, MN 1998.
Jitters Coffeehouse, Orlando, FL 1997 - Reading with Samuel Delany and other residents.
InsideOut at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, FL 1997 - Reading with Samuel Delany and other residents.
Amazon Bookstore Cooperative, Minneapolis, MN 1997.


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