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World, I have had about the shittiest day I can remember, so I could use some cheering up.

Afternoon! Today's preview from STRANGE ROMANCE Vol 2'S Kickstarter is from "The Light at Point Agape" by JoJo Seames and Dave Lartigue, possibly the most unconventional love story you'll ever read.

You can support our print edition here!

We have breezed past 69% funded and are now at 75.8% funded! So now it's time for that thing I mentioned.

One of the incentives for this Kickstarter is something called "Love Letters," prose pieces in the anthology's theme. For SR1's Kickstarter, I did a story inspired in part by Interstellar; a love story at relativistic velocity.

Here it is.

You can pledge to and support our print edition, here:

Good afternoon! Today's except from Strange Romance 2 is from "It Means The World To Me," a space explorer romance from Matthew Tavares and Andrew Weiss!

You can back Strange Romance 2 in print edition, RIGHT HERE.

*the death knight in your WoW guild walks up to the mic, ready to explain their refusal to switch from DPS for this instance*


The fire alarm is being tested at work and it has me about jumping out of my skin every time.

Afternoon! I've been doing short one-page previews from Strange Romanve Vol 2 over on Birdsite and I'm gonna start doing it here!

Today's preview from Strange Romance Vol 2's print edition is a story about love in the time of glam rock, by JoJo Seames and Andrew Ihla!

You can pledge to the Kickstarter here!

Good evening! STRANGE ROMANCE Vol 2 in print is 68.3% funded, and if we reach 69% funded I will post a special thank-you.

We are so diverse, but hopefully y'all here know that already. There was a long time that I was really frustrated and lonely about this stuff, feeling like I was the only one doing what I'm doing, but lately that's changed a lot. It does my plush heart a world of good seeing all the other folks working out gender in their own ways. You all are awesome.


Getting rid of testosterone, facial hair, etc, helped immensely with my dysphoria about masculinization. That, plus a lot of thought and experimentation, allowed me to find a gender expression that felt comfortable and simply correct for me.

That all couldn't have happened without my local trans community and the broader movement. Even if my expression didn't shift from one end of a binary to another, it was still a gender transition, and it's important that cases like this be visible.

FWIW, here is that story: I'm AMAB, and have been dysphoric about a lot of traditional male traits for as long as I can remember. For years I was stuck because 'to female' was the only available transition path.

Eventually more became available, and I gave non-binary transition a shot. For me, that actually meant many of the same medical steps as a transfeminine transition, but without the associated social transitions. This was not out of fear, or an unwelcoming environment.

I'm often so-so about proclaming myself as trans; that word in combination with my queer+masc presentation can sorta give the wrong idea about my story. Today, though, I'm here to remind folks that trans includes many different paths and approaches, and they're all valid. #TransDayOfVisibility

We're a third of the way there! STRANGE ROMANCE Vol. 2, featuring a story by me, Chris Brown & Josh Krach, is funding its print edition!

We're a third of the way there! STRANGE ROMANCE Vol. 2, featuring a story by me, Chris Brown & Josh Krach, is funding its print edition!

Howdy folks. My, Josh Krach and Chris Brown have a collaboration in this anthology, along with a raft of other fantastic artists and writers! Our print goal is pretty dang humble and a digital copy is only $5!

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