In the past few weeks I’ve been lucky enough to be interviewed by two really great publications – Fearless Press and Leatherati! In these two interviews I get the opportunity to answer really challenging questions about the line between Fiction and Memoir, what my writing practice looks like, as well as dive into the world of the Roving Pack guys and talk about the power of community, why Leather is such a key theme in the novel and the way the characters relate and grow as a result of it…..
“tell the stories that need telling, and the ones that maybe only you can tell. I think that as queer writers it’s really important that we take risks with our work. Roving Pack is an edgy book, much more confrontational than my first book Kicked Out….” read the full interview here
“I think there that fiction/memoir line can definitely be a paradox — things are always far more complicated than they first appear. Perhaps that’s one of the reasons why the main character in Roving Pack and I both have the word ”paradox” tattooed across our chests. Despite that inky connection and the love of murky in between places, Roving Pack definitely is fiction….” Read the full interview here