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Location: Anaheim, California, United States

Regular contributor ("Carson City Limits" and other content) for Random Lengths (circulation 56,000) in San Pedro, CA, 2001-present. Manga reviewer: LA Alternative (circulation 150,000), 2005-2006. Some manga reviews also ran in NY Press around this time. Entertainment reporting: Music Connection (circulation 75,000), 1983-1906. Travel writing: Oakland Tribune (1998) and Life After 50 (2006). Other bylines: Goldmine, Star Hits, Los Angeles Reader, Los Angeles Times, Long Beach Press Telegram, Blade, BAM, Daily Breeze, LA Weekly. Specializations include community news reporting, writing reviews (book, theater, concert, film, music), copywriting, resumes, editing, travel writing, publicity, screenwriting, lecturing, and content development. Education: B. A. Theater Arts, UCLA. Post-grad work, Education, Chapman University.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Three Articles in the Blade's July Issue

Blade (the GLBT magazine based in Laguna Beach) published three articles by me in the July issue. (Bless 'em, they're one of my very best media outlets. )

First, here's the link to my story about Alison Bechdel, her graphic novel Fun Home and her classic long-running Dykes to Watch Out For comic strip:

Second, here's the one for the LGBT square dance scene in southern California this summer:

And lastly here's a very interesting account of the second of four installments of the "Out West" series at the Autry Museum (this one featuring a talk by author Patricia Nell Warren) about Calamity Jane, Willa Cather, and others who, in one way or another, lived as Victorian-era gender-benders on the American Frontier:

Stay tuned for new postings and updates of some of my LA Alternative manga reviews!


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