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WROTE Podcast – Queer storytelling in all sub-genres and media types Mail us : info@wrotepodcast.com Menu Skip to content Home This Week’s Guest Upcoming Guests Show Notes Meet Your Hosts Jayne Lockwood SA Collins – aka “Baz” Words and Errata – Mental Musings Vance Bastian Jayne’s Reviews Spotlight Press Kit Store BOOKING Search for: 108: Always Bring Cake! This week Kevin Klehr returns to talk about his new novel From Top to Bottom, his foray into erotica, his new publisher Nine Star Press, and then Kevin drops tips for writers.Read More 21Apr/17 Kevin Klehr April 21, 2017Featured GuestDrama Queens and Adult Themes, Drama Queens and Love Scenes, From Top to Bottom, Kevin Klehr, Nate and the New Yorker, Nine Star Press, SA Collins, Vance BastianVance April 14, 2017 It gives us great pleasure to welcome back Kevin Klehr as the guest on episode 108: Always Come with Cake! This week Kevin Klehr returns to talk about his new novel From Top to Bottom, his foray into erotica, his new publisher Nine Star Press, and then Kevin drops tips for writers. Follow Kevin and support his work: http://www.kevinklehr.com Facebook Twitter From Top to Bottom at Nine Star Press Amazon Bio: Kevin lives with his long-term partner, Warren, in their humble apartment (affectionately named Sabrina), in Australia’s own ‘Emerald City,’ Sydney. From an early age Kevin had a passion for writing, jotting down stories and plays until it came time to confront puberty. After dealing with pimple creams and facial hair, Kevin didn’t pick up a pen again until he was in his thirties. His handwritten manuscript was being committed to paper when his social circumstances changed, giving him no time to write. Concerned, his partner, Warren, snuck the notebook out to a friend who in turn came back and demanded Kevin finish his novel. It wasn’t long before Kevin’s active imagination was let loose again. This Podcast Episode is AVAILABLE NOW! Or on Soundcloud: February 12, 2016 It gives us great pleasure to announce Kevin Klehr as the guest on Episode 043: Life is a Cabaret. Join us as we talk with Kevin about trusting your editor, contracts and how to read them, what equality and mainstream mean to a queer author, turning a trope on its head and the international Con experience. You can find Kevin’s novels here: Wilde City Press Amazon Connect with Kevin on the web: http://www.kevinklehr.com Facebook Twitter This Podcast Episode is AVAILABLE NOW! Or on Soundcloud: Share this: Tweet Share on Tumblr Email 17Apr/17 Review of Sacred Band by Joseph D. Carriker Jr. April 17, 2017ReviewApril release, featured guest, Jayne Lockwood book review, Joseph D. Carriker, Lethe Press, new novel, politics, power play, Sacred Band, superhero genreJayne Lockwood I have been gifted an Advanced Reading Copy of Sacred Band in exchange for an honest review. Sacred Band is to be published by Lethe Press in April 2017. The author is an experienced gamer, which definitely comes through in the book. There’s quite a lot to take in. For starters, at least four of the main characters had two different names. For a non-gamer, this has the potential for confusion, but for any hardened D&D, ComicCon or Marvel fans, this is familiar territory. Once I had figured out who was who, and had learned their superhero names, it was much easier. And it made total sense. After all, when your superpower is being able to create lethal metal ballbearings and use them as bullets, then “Rusty” probably isn’t the first name you’d choose. The author has brought the “supers trying to save the world’ theme bang up-to-date, starting with the disappearance of one of Rusty’s gay friends from the internet. Rusty suspects he has been kidnapped, along with others. There were obvious nods to the horrific problems LGBT people are suffering in Russia and other closeted countries, and he soon realises that the problem is far deeper, and far more world-threatening than he could have imagined. It’s a problem that needs extraordinary people to tackle it, and the government just aren’t up-to-scratch. He then has to pull together a super-team, and deal with all the issues those characters bring to the table. There are politics at play, some with familiar overtones, and complex diplomatic delicacies worthy of The West Wing. It gives the superhero genre a grown-up, satirical edge that makes it stand out. Chock-full of superhero shenanigans As I said before, I’m a non-gamer, so I thought that at times, all the mini-conflicts got in the way of central story. I had to pick through them to find the core of the book. Sometimes, it read a little busy and IMO the editing could have been tightened up in places, yet I liked the characters immensely, my favourite being Deosil (I just want that girl in my life right now!) I did get the sense that they were family, rather than friends, and Sentinel, the super who was exiled after the scandal that outed him, was more of a father figure than a love interest for Rusty. The sexual tension between them wasn’t convincing at first, but I kind of got it as the story went on. Personally, I would have matched Sentinel and Optic, but there you go. I felt that the author was far more comfortable when choreographing the fight scenes, as they were fantastically drawn, and the political power play, than with the personal relationships, which seemed awkward in places. Despite that, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and it grew on me as it went on. At a generous 400 or so pages, Sacred Band is chock-full of superhero shenanigans to delight the most hardened of fantasy readers. BLURB The golden age of heroes is decades past. The government could not condone vigilantism and now metahumans are just citizens, albeit citizens with incredible talent, who are assisted in achieving normal lives (including finding good fits for their talents employment-wise) by a federal agency. Rusty may have been a kid during that glorious age but he remembers his idol, Sentinel, saving lives and righting wrongs — until he was outed in an incredible scandal that forced him into isolation. When a gay friend of Rusty living in the Czech Republic goes missing, Rusty is forced to acknowledge that while the world’s governments claim that super teams are outdated and replaced by legal law enforcement, there are simply some places where the law doesn’t protect everyone — so he manages to find and recruit Sentinel to help him find his friend. But the disappearance of the friend is merely one move in a terrible plot against queer youth. A team of supers may be old-fashioned, but this may be a battle requiring some incredible reinforcements. Share this: Tweet Share on Tumblr Email One comment so far 14Apr/17 Joseph Carriker April 14, 2017Featured GuestGayming, Joseph Carriker, SA Collins, Sacred Band, Vance BastianVance April 14, 2017 It gives us great pleasure to announce Joseph Carriker as the guest on episode 107: Indignation Junkie! This week Joseph Carriker joins us to talk about gayming, que...

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