Event: Colourbox with Lifeblood + More

colourbox-iconOn Friday, September 13th, at 8pm, the Substation Annex in Ballard will boast a tribute to electronica, art, and community resources for transgender and non-binary artists and performers.

As a genderfluid author, I’m honored to have to have been invited to sign and vend my books. So, if you’re in the Seattle area, are transgender, enby, genderqueer, or an ally, and are 21+, come say hi! There will be incredible music from Lifeblood, Tabby Divine La Brea, June Birnie, and Cycle of Hands, to enjoy for the evening.

No word yet if Ellen Klowden (enby), the Editor, or my co-author (transgender) will be in attendance, but who knows. We might get a delightful surprise!

Find out more at the Colourbox Facebook event page.

Book Signing at Soulfood CoffeeHouse

Come visit me at Soulfood CoffeeHouse on Saturday, July 8th from 2 – 4pm. I will have copies of PerditionCress and the Medicine Show, and even a few Journey Through the Hinterland available for sale and signing. I’ll be on hand to answer any questions, and while we’re chatting, enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of one of my favorite spots on the Eastside for tea, music, and community.


Norwescon Schedule

Earlier this week, I received my schedule for Norwescon 40.  If you’re not familiar, Norwescon is the largest science-fiction and fantasy convention in the PNW.  I’ve been a frequent attendee since I was 16, and though I’ve been an assistant to friends on their panels in the past, this will be my first year as a panelist.  I am excited and nervous (“nervcited,” my daughter’s word), and I’ll have the privilege of being among some amazingly talented and skilled writers, musicians, and artists, including some whose work has inspired my own.

The full list of panels can be found on the appearances page, and include a reading an excerpt of my upcoming novel, Perdition, working with adolescents in a one hour literary analysis workshop based on the classes I teach, and spending time with the youngest fans doing crafts and reading  books.