Interview with Derek Newman-Stille on Speculating Canada.
The Hue Questionnaire from Pure Slush for the flash piece, “A Mirage.”
A few standouts include Lisamarie Lamb’s Devil’s Cake, a delicious tale about adultery; Marianne Halbert’s Papa’s Wrench and the Wind Chime, a personal favorite in the bunch that centers around a young girl and odd and ever-growing family; Nicole DeGennaro’s The River, a thoughtful piece about a friend’s passing and the burden that follows; Evelyn Deshane’s Baby Eyes, a short-but-sweet story about a little girl who has legitimate questions for her parents after losing her baby teeth; and Kierce Sevren’s Beyond the Torii, a tale about one mother’s desperation to save her daughter.
Another good review for Drawn To Marvel.
Essay linked to on RogerEbert.com for a feature on the True Stories issue of Bright Wall/Dark Room.
Appeared on Quill & Quire when they covered the 2016 Sunburst Award nominees.
Quoted in The Advocate for Elliott DeLine’s book Show Trans.