Join Vance Bastian, SA Collins, and their guests in weekly podcast discussions about LGBTQ storytelling in all genres and mediums
Tyler Boyle – Our review of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Tyler Boyle joins us to share his successes as an inspiring and energetic speaker and performer. He and Baz talk about the impact it can have when you share from the heart. Then Baz & I share our review of the older film "Midnight in the Garden of Goo
Greg Howard – Review of Latter Days
Greg Howard joins us to share his recent novels, Middle School's A Drag - You Better Werk! and The Visitors. We talk about writing for early adolescent readers in a way that opens conversations about life topics like self-discovery, racism, homophobia, bias, and forgiveness. Then Baz & I share our review of the older film "Latter Days."
Laury A Egan – I Got To Write The Lyrics
Laury A. Egan joins us to share her recent novels, Wave in D Minor and Doublecrossed. We talk about artistic solitude, sexual ambivalence, psychological suspense, and revenge!
Todd Shewchuk – A Conversation Sparker – Our Flag Means Death
Todd Shewchuk joins us to share his upcoming novel, A Family Divided. Baz and Vance also give their reviews of Our Flag Means Death, and then share what they're reading, watching, and listening to!
Ricker Freeman Burgoine – Oooh, Nerd Hot!
Jeffrey Ricker, J. Marshall Freeman, 'Nathan Burgoine tag-team the show to introduce their latest work, Three Left Turns to Nowhere. Each has written a novella about a young man on his way to a sci-fi convention when Fate intervenes and strands them in Hopewell where they find that thing they didn't know they needed. These three authors are so much fun, and it's easy to see how well they worked together!
James K Moran – Dramatic Shenanigans
James K. Moran returns to share his latest work, the anthology Burly Tales, and tease his upcoming Fear Itself. Along the way we talk about love, loss, joy, horror, fairy tales, and the life of a writer and editor.