|Cover Preview!Available 1/16/2016!
||It gives us great pleasure to announce Steven dos Santos as the guest on Episode 032 and 033: Damien’s Ominous Star Fever, part 1 and part 2.
Not only does Steven talk about his journey as a storyteller, but we cover the importance of visible LGBTQ characters, and he shares some of the highs and lows he’s had as an award-winning Young Adult novelist.
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|Episode 031: GRL Roundup
In this SPOTLIGHT Episode Shira Anthony and Amber Kell re-cap the GRL Conference (GayRomLit Retreat) in San Diego. Should new authors attend? What about swag? The importance of making industry and fan connections as a ROI.
You can find Shira’s books and social media links here:
You can find Amber’s books and social media links here:
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Open up your goodie bag and we’ll give you a treat. After all, my little goblins, how can you resist tales about things that go bump in the night?
This Halloween your WROTE Podcast hosts – Jayne, Baz, and Vance – have teamed up with several podcast alumni authors to bring you ten tales of Mystery, Malevolence, and Mayhem.
This special episode will celebrate us taking the mask off the podcast to offer you more LGBTQ inclusive content. That’s right… queer storytelling in all genres.
So grab your security blanket and get ready for ten narrated tales that celebrate Halloween in Written on the Edge style.
Still think it’s a trick?
This cauldron contains goodies from F.E. Feeley Jr., Albert Nothlit, Angel Martinez*, Joe Cosentino, Keelan Ellis, J. Scott Coatsworth, Jayne Lockwood*, SA “Baz” Collins, Rick R. Reed, and Brad Vance*.
Click on the cauldron and test your mettle… If you dare!
* Narrated by the author. All others narrated by Vance Bastian.
— In case you’ve got wee goblins running around… This special does have a NSFW rating. —
We’ve just unveiled a more appropriate podcast name! WROTE – Written On The Edge aims to be more inclusive of ALL LGBTQ storytelling across all genres and in all mediums.
Why’d we change? Well, in talking with our guests about all of their works, we discovered that limiting our brand to just Male/Male romance wasn’t fair. It certainly wasn’t indicative of the amazing stories that are being told.
So welcome to a podcast that highlights storytellers from all parts of the LGBTQ spectrum!