Call for Submissions: AN RPG MODULE ANTHOLOGY

Nothing is more ubiquitous in Fantasy than the trusty mule we always leave with an NPC somewhere. PanopLit announces its first (of many, we hope) queer anthologies of RPG modules. The theme is Equus/Equidae, meaning we want all your gay centaurs, lost donkeys, and beautiful braided manes. To ensure our authors have the most freedom and to…

“Game Closet” Feature

Since launching PanopLit, I’ve been working to make it come together in the way most useful to those it seeks to represent. I got to talk a little about this journey (along with museum education, queer imagery, and terminology) on the River House Games podcast “Game Closet.” I’m so grateful to have been featured, and look […]

Women in Horror and Their Twisted Dreams

I had the great pleasure of moderating the “Women in Horror” panel at this year’s Twisted Dreams Film Festival in my hometown of Milwaukee, WI. It was incredibly rewarding to have a complex conversation about inclusion in the horror industry with Susan Kerns, Wendy Keeling, and Theda de Sade. Throughout the festival as a whole, I […]

Lately

My novel, A Coven in Essex County, completed its print run as a serialized book. It’s available to read on Visitant, with links to the chapters in an organized list on my blog here: A Coven In Essex County Meanwhile, I’ve launched an org! I’m collecting data and oral history from tabletop gamers who identify as women, non […]

A Coven in Essex County | A November Wedding

Originally posted on Visitant:
Below is Part 17 of 18 monthly installments for Visitant. ◄◄  Read the first installment / prologue ◄ Read the previous installment, CORA ? A November Wedding On the kein kajuon of Nobōṃba, ān freezing kōto blew an undercurrent of snow below the briny eir. Yif Innsmoutnαί were sailers eny longer, some…