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Hi, I'm Kyle. I'm a genderqueer butch writer, a parent, a jock, a geek and a lover. Want to know more about me?
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Counting up to 100 rejections…Literary Submissions since 01/01/11: 10
Rejections received since 01/01/2011: 7
Monthly Archives: March 2010
This is second half of the story about my night at the Dungeon with Roxy and part 5 of the story of my January visit. If you missed the beginning.. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 (Dungeon part … Continue reading
Spring is my favorite time of year. A time of rebirth, renewal and review. I get to celebrate my birthday and plant a garden. The days get longer, giving me more opportunity to enjoy my yard and play outside. Soccer … Continue reading
Natt Nightly just popped up on twitter passing on news about a new book project and a call for submissions from gender-variants of all stripes to contribute to Stalled, “a book of experiences in sex-segregated spaces in the words of … Continue reading
To follow-up on my little hands post last week, here’s some little (and big) feet to enjoy. It was a lovely spring day and we all let our feet out to breathe. Little Bit really enjoys being barefoot , it … Continue reading
Ang, the Sweltering Celt, has given us our weekly Microfantasy Monday prompt, The Edge, and this is what I was inspired to write.. enjoy — There’s something fascinating about the edges of things. The margin where forest meets meadow, that … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, our spawns were hanging out in the living room while the missus and I prepped for dinner. I heard snippets of the song my eldest was singing, it sounded familiar, but I couldn’t identify it … Continue reading
One of my favorite times of the day is when I come home from work and catch up with my baby girl. It seems like every day she’s learned something new or has some new way of expressing herself. I … Continue reading
This edition of the SBDR is brought to you by my 46th birthday. I am not one of those people who rounds their age down or claims to be 29 or 39 for a decade. I’m proud to have lived … Continue reading
It’s possible the title of this post is misleading since I didn’t actually see Cher in Seattle this past Sunday. I did, however, meet one of her most fervent and vocal fans, Jesse James of Just Like Jesse James blog … Continue reading