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    Capclave is this weekend!

    October 1, 2021 by

    Capclave is live and in-person this weekend in Rockville, Maryland (yes, I have a membership) so grab your vaccination cards if you are “in” because you can’t get there without verification. And masks are required. That’s a great thing. With Covid 19 Delta out there we need to do everything we can to prevent it… Read more

  • Rainbow Space Magic 2.0 Conference 2021

    March 10, 2021 by

    Are you interested in queer genre literature? If so, you will want to check out the Rainbow Space Magic Virtual Conference this weekend: Friday, March 12th through Sunday, March 14th. Registration is free and attendance is by Zoom and Discord. You can find both registration and the schedule of panels and readings by some of… Read more

  • My Arisia Conference Schedule & a flash piece

    January 10, 2021 by

    My Prose Poem on The Broadkill Review (very quick read) With all the crazy distractions lately, I completely forgot that I had a short prose poem go up on The Broadkill Review. It’s one of the many linked short stories in my collection about growing up gay last century. https://www.broadkillreview.com/a-walk-in-the-park-by-bob-angell Arisia Con – January 15… Read more

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    Rise of the Starter Culture

    December 3, 2020 by

    Last July I recklessly attempted sourdough bread from scratch. We had a commitment ceremony where I promised to feed and protect my newly born starter, buy suitable glass jars and crockery jugs for the rising tyrant, for better or for worse, et cetera. Well, not for worse, because if it goes bad you kill it… Read more

  • Bob on the Anna M.

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    November 14, 2020 by

    In the 1990s, I started writing a bunch of short stories based on liminal moments in my life growing up gay in the 1960s and 1970. Over the next twenty-five plus years, they became the a fictionalized memoir of Steven Sterling, a character very much like me growing up very much like I had grown… Read more

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