Lambda Literary Fellowship

Long time no blog for me! It was a hectic spring semester for me, to say the least.

But I bring very glad tidings: I have been awarded a Fellowship with the Lambda Literary Emerging Writer’s Retreat. I am still dazed and humbled over the fact that my work (and therefore, myself) were selected. I will be in the genre workshop under the tutelage of Malinda Lo. Samuel R. Delaney is also teaching the fiction workshop, and I would very much like to speak to him at some point, even if it’s just to say “dude, you are awesome!”.

You can find more information about what project I will be taking to the Retreat, as well as opportunities to fund my Fellowship here. While the Lambda Literary Foundation gave me a very generous scholarship, I still need about $ 400 to cover the remaining expense of tuition, room, and board. So if you feel so inspired, please consider chipping in even $ 5. And if you can’t, please consider sharing the link to my Donorpage. I would be grateful for any help!

Now, I know you are tempted to drop you oodles of hard earned cash on the basis of a mere premise, something that is still in progress, but can check out some of my previously published work here. And I am going to give you all a teaser of what I am currently working on.

ETA: Sorry all. I took down the teaser so I can meddle with it some more. I know that is mighty anti-climatic and obnoxious. I’m a bit of a perfectionist sometimes.

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