Last month, I wrote an essay that I had been threatening to write for a long time about growing up. My puberty was an icky process, and looking back on … Continue reading I Wrote About Puberty and Body Glitter for Cliterary Salon
Jetta and I are super excited for Season 2 of GLOW on Netflix. We reviewed the trailer and Jetta talks about her experiences as a trans woman wrestler training … Continue reading New Episode of Glow the Distance is Up!
On Friday the 13th of last month, I got to read this short story I wrote about online harassment. It was a great time and had a line up of other great authors.
If you’re in the Bay Area for May 11, 2018, you should come to Cliterary Salon. It’s a show focusing on literature around trans masculine, trans feminine, and cis feminine sexuality, and we have everything from poetry to short story to memoir. Last show, we sold out. We were prepping for a sophomore slump and it feels really good that it didn’t happen. I hope to see you! And if you’re looking for more work that’s been performed at Cliterary Salon, check out our Youtube channel.
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What Should Be Wild is a forthcoming debut novel by Julia Fine that is a blend of suspense, fantasy, and mainstream fiction.
The story centers around the main character, Maisie Cothay, and her ability to kill or resurrect with a single touch. As a result of her power, she has not experienced physical contact. Her entire family in a fantastical landscape of human experiences.
The night of April 14, 2018, Zelda passed away. It was an incredible shock and I’m devastated. When I took her in, with what I thought was a broken leg, … Continue reading ZELDA INDOOR CAT PLEASE CALL IF FOUND
*long sigh* Okay. Here goes. I wanted to like this book. I liked the idea and still think the concept has value. However, this concept was handed to a writer … Continue reading “You’re Not That Great” Lives Up to the Name