Monthly Archives: May 2012

Mother’s Day Weekend 2012

Mother’s Day Weekend 2012 The night before Mother’s Day, Kris and I took Alex to see the U.S. Women’s Olympic Basketball team play China at Key Arena, home to the WNBA’s Seattle Storm. We had a great time, though Alex … Continue reading

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This is What Gay Marriage Looks Like

Today, May 9, 2012, President Obama made history by affirming, “I think same-sex couples should be able to get married”—ten little words that are now winging their way about the nation via a variety of technological means. After talking to … Continue reading

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First Review for Gay Pride & Prejudice: 5 Stars

Good news yesterday–Clare Ashton, author of the excellent debut novel Pennance, just published a review of Gay P&P on her blog. It reads (in part): Pride and Prejudice has been rewritten with a skilled and very light touch. Some of … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Boys and Other Perils

Part I  Recently Jenifer Levin, author  of the 1993 novel The Sea of Light—a remarkable work of fiction that helped inspire me to write my own stories about lesbians, sport, trauma, and recovery—released a Kindle short, an essay entitled “Night … Continue reading

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