Queer SFF fiction in your inbox twice a week.
To be queer fiction, it is not enough to have queer characters. To be queer fiction, the story must also queer. A story may queer expectations of romance and relationships, or ideas about society, or genre tropes. It may challenge the current societal status quo or propose an entirely new worldview. Perhaps all of these at the same time.
First and foremost, I write queer fiction. Mostly fiction that queers ideas about family, love, and relationships.
My queer fiction tends to be science fiction or fantasy, partly because I love spec fic and partly because it is easier to explore queer ideas in queer worlds.
If you like queer SFF, and want to have it land in your inbox twice a week so you don’t need to go looking, this newsletter if for you.
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Story segments go out Tuesdays and Fridays.
Each post will be between 1,000 and 2,000 words, or a good length for most folks to read on a coffee break.
Stories are split into seasons of about 3 months and each story runs twice a year
Our current schedule is:
Tuesdays: The Bargain Season 2 — kinky aromantic/chosen family fantasy (contains consensual non-consent relationships)
It takes a rare and desperate human to deliberately seek out a fae noble. But rumor says that not all nobles are the same, and Mattin Brenson is desperate. Desperate enough to bargain with Countess Jahlene n’Erida for the highest of stakes.
Bargains with the fae are dangerous, but sometimes what starts as a bargain, can become something more.
Fridays: What You Will — Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, queer-er
Viola is in love with Duke Orsino
Duke Orsino is in love with Countess Olivia
Countess Olivia is in love with Cesario
Cesario is really Viola in disguise… or is he?
Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night is a very queer play,
But what if you could make it queerer?
Tuesdays: Planting Life in a Dying City — chosen family bronze age fantasy
Fridays: Mighty Hero Force Epsilon — sentai story
(Schedule is a goal, not a guarantee. Life shit happens.)
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Because these are serials and being written as we go, your comments and requests can help shape the direction the stories take. The things readers like (or don't like) may shape the direction a story takes or how a character develops.
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