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Author Spotlight: Lara Zielinsky

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In honor of the release of her latest novel, We Three: One and One and One Makes Three, we chatted with Lara Zielinsky about the book, writing, and life in general.

Is there a character in your work you feel especially connected to? Why?

My girlfriend Lisa (yes the same one I co-dedicated the story to) asked me this same question when I sent her the submission draft of We Three for her opinion before I submitted to publishers. Because of the situation, a married...

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Happy #BiWeek!

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We are all about the B in LGBTQ+ today. Yesterday marked the 20th Bi Visibility Day, which kicks off Bisexual Awareness Week. You can follow the #BiWeek hashtag on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, G+, Tumblr, and Pinterest.

Here's how activist Robyn Ochs defines bisexuality:

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Beyond the Binaries

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For some time, there have been great discussions going on in the LGBTQIA+ book world. The vast majority of popular queer fiction is either romance or features a romantic relationship. This is not bad at all. It's wonderful that romance includes couples (and more) of all kinds. Still, even within that, there's an emphasis on same-gender, monogamous couplehood.

This is beginning to change as we see more people writing #OwnVoices stories that transcend these boundaries. In some older books, non-binary genders and/or attractions were almost non-existent or subsumed by...

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What PRIDE means to me as an author

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I'm going to get a little personal here as I wrap up our Pride-themed month. I hope many of you were able to attend festivities (or will be able to; in my city, Pride is next month).

When I began writing seriously in 2013, I had no intention of publishing. I just wrote a novel to see if I could, thanks to National Novel Writing Month. I ended up with 50k words of what would be my first published book. It wasn't meant to be LGBTQIA+-themed, either. Let me tell you, I was...

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Author Spotlight: Jeanne G'Fellers

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This is the first post in a new monthly series giving the mic to our authors. Jeanne G'Fellers is the author of the recently-released Surrogate. Check out Jeanne's interview, and then go check out the book!

How and why did you chose your genre?

Writing Sci-Fi came naturally to me. I spent my early childhood watching the original Star Trek television series with my father, our bookshelves were filled with Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, and my mother is a librarian so I spent my young summers in...

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