Join Vance Bastian, SA Collins, and their guests in weekly podcast discussions about LGBTQ storytelling in all genres and mediums. If you're scheduled to be on the show, submit your latest work to Jayne to be considered for a review!
info_outline Ep290-Benjamine Lester-Who Doesnt Like Sexy Big Men In Their Underwear 10/16/2020
Ep290-Benjamine Lester-Who Doesnt Like Sexy Big Men In Their Underwear Benjamine Lester shares his figure skating-to-figure painting story, and we discuss the artist's role in promoting body positivity and mental health awareness.
info_outline Ep289-Abigail de Niverville-They Went There 10/09/2020
Ep289-Abigail de Niverville-They Went There Abigail de Niverville returns to share her latest novel, We Go Together, and we discuss healing from abuse, bi-representation, trans love interest, and music's role in a story. A great discussion all the way around.
info_outline Ep287-Jude Tresswell-A Tiny Little Box I Hadnt Ticked 09/25/2020
Ep287-Jude Tresswell-A Tiny Little Box I Hadnt Ticked Jude Tresswell joins us to discuss her County Durham Quad Series, her Scar Ghyll Levels works, ACE representation from an ACE author, Ace love in a polyamorous relationship, found family, and other complications when writing about this part of the queer spectrum.
info_outline Ep286-Christopher Duquette-I Call Myself Disco Head 09/18/2020
Ep286-Christopher Duquette-I Call Myself Disco Head Christopher Duquette shares his three memoirs, the most recent of which is Off Balance in the Spin Cycle, and dives into "a true-life road to recovery and the tales in between."
info_outline Ep285-Redfern Jon Barrett-That Solidarity That We Need 09/11/2020
Ep285-Redfern Jon Barrett-That Solidarity That We Need Redfern Jon Barrett returns to discuss the literary worlds of academic, general speculative fiction and alternative history from a queer perspective.
info_outline Ep284-Kergen Edwards-Stout-I Didnt Listen To My Bowels 09/04/2020
Ep284-Kergen Edwards-Stout-I Didnt Listen To My Bowels Kergen Edwards-Stout shares his latest release, Never Turn Your Back on the Tide, a memoir detailing some of the craziest moments of his life. He also gives some marketing ideas!
info_outline Ep283-Linea Capps-A Lot of Weird Confusion At Zoos 08/28/2020
Ep283-Linea Capps-A Lot of Weird Confusion At Zoos Linea Capps, trans author and disabled mom shares her amazing new release, What Makes A Witch. We also discuss anthropomorphic characters in queer works and the furry writing community.
info_outline Ep282-Vincent Scott-I May Have Done a Little Bit of Prep 08/21/2020
Ep282-Vincent Scott-I May Have Done a Little Bit of Prep Vincent Scott shares his debut release, The Hereafter Bytes. Which leads to conversation about ACE and ARO relationships and the need for them be included in literary works - especially speculative fiction. A very engaging and thoughtful discussion you won't want to miss!
info_outline Ep281-J Warren-A Minor Character Named Sharkey 08/14/2020
Ep281-J Warren-A Minor Character Named Sharkey J. Warren returns to share his latest release, Unbalanced Mercy, an an urban fantasy police procedural! We also talk about creating in the Covid era and the implications for teachers and students in the coming months.
info_outline Ep280 – Romeo Preminger – Brought Me To My Knees A Couple Times! 08/07/2020
Ep280 – Romeo Preminger – Brought Me To My Knees A Couple Times! Romeo Preminger shares his hot new erotic thriller, The Manny, that hits stores this week! We also dive into his self-publishing adventure and share some laughs along the way.
info_outline Ep277-Violet LeVoit-Thats A Huge Toolkit 07/17/2020
Ep277-Violet LeVoit-Thats A Huge Toolkit Violet LeVoit joins us for a "most excellent" conversation about her recent release, Scarstruck. We also discuss the various issues keeping romance from having parity with other respected genres. Lastly, we touch upon her previous career being a movie critic. A very great conversation all around.
info_outline Ep276-AJ Fitzwater-Being Normal Didnt Work Out For Me 07/10/2020
Ep276-AJ Fitzwater-Being Normal Didnt Work Out For Me AJ Fitzwater joins us from the great country of New Zealand. We discuss their current release, No Man's Land, and the historic research that went into writing this WW2 s Land Girls novel.
info_outline Ep275-FE Feeley Jr-Somebodys Got a Crane 07/03/2020
Ep275-FE Feeley Jr-Somebodys Got a Crane F.E. (Fredrick) Feeley, Jr. - author, poet, and screenwriter, returns to chat about releasing the print, ebook and audio versions of two collaborations with fellow authors, Kim Fielding (Hallelujah) and Jamie Fessenden (Borderland), as well as some about creating during the Covid-19 era and some politics for good measure.
info_outline Ep274-Jayne Lockwood-Youve Ruined It 06/26/2020
Ep274-Jayne Lockwood-Youve Ruined It Jayne Lockwood, one of WROTE's co-founders, returns for a lengthy, brilliant, informative and thoroughly entertaining discussion about her latest novel "Going Down," and touching up and re-releasing older works!
info_outline Ep267-Delphia Baisden-Probably to My Own Detriment 05/08/2020
Ep267-Delphia Baisden-Probably to My Own Detriment Delphia Baisden returns with her latest release, Blind Faith. We also discuss mental illness and how she weaves it into her works.
info_outline Ep263-Reuben 'Tihi' Hayslett-Become a Shapeshifter 04/10/2020
Ep263-Reuben 'Tihi' Hayslett-Become a Shapeshifter Reuben 'Tihi' Hayslett debuts his first novel, Dark Corners. We discuss the fine lines between fully fleshed out queer PoC characters and the paper doll variety previously taking up the mainstream media.
info_outline Ep261-Hans M Hirschi-Nobody Ever Told Me How To Douche 03/27/2020
Ep261-Hans M Hirschi-Nobody Ever Told Me How To Douche Hans M Hirschi shares his upcoming release Matt: More Than Words, and a project he's working on that pairs writers and dancers, plus a bit about being creative in this Covid-19 era.