There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
About a month ago, when I featured in The Body Love Box, I was interviewed by the legendary Lindley Ashline. Lindley is a photographer, blogger, and fat activist who centres marginalised voices and bodies in her work. It was an absolute pleasure to be interviewed by her and to talk about my work, my values, … Continue reading My Interview with Lindley Ashline
Since I've been on a few, you'll know that I enjoy listening to podcasts. If you like podcasts, too, and you're also in the business of working to improve your mental and physical health, you're in luck today. I've collated ten of my best podcast recommendations that might help you achieve better health in a … Continue reading Ten Podcasts for Good Health
For wrestling fans, wrestling haters, and anyone who wants to hear about my embarrassing childhood crushes - look no further than this week's I Hate Wrestling podcast! This is my third time as a guest on the show and I always have a blast with Matt, the host. As well as my obligatory trashing of … Continue reading Tables & Ladders & Chairs: Oh My!
A Hidden Hope is the first of a series of adult novellas that promises unignorable attraction, writing panels at SFF conventions, and girl-on-girl action. This is a short, spicy, sweet novella about two authors who meet at a convention three years post-breakup. The story opens with a contrast - an alien darkness in England versus … Continue reading Review – A Hidden Hope: A Romancing the Page Novella, by Laura Ambrose
Originally published in This Dark Matter, February 2015 cw: descriptions of gore, sexual assault, and incest She looked up. Thick glasses, big flowery headband, lips painted black. It was a stupid style – childish – but she made it work, somehow. It wouldn’t have on me, although God knows that had nothing to do with … Continue reading Spring Forever
Adapted from Dirge Magazine, August 2017 cw: discussion of transphobia and horror tropes The central struggle of most horror films is in strong but vulnerable people fighting for their lives and facing off against malevolent forces that want to kill them. This is also basically the transgender manifesto – so why aren’t there more trans … Continue reading Haunted but not Alone: A Trans Take on the Horror Industry