Sarah and Elyse chat about knitting, drunk knitting, yarn buying habits, book buying habits, knitting patterns, and how knitting and romance fans can have similar origin stories and similar habits. Plus, there are pets on this week's podcast! Birds AND CATS! Oh, that makes me happy.
Jessie Edwards, publicist at HarperCollins, Avon, Harper Voyager and more, to talk about being a romance fan, and a professional working in the romance publishing industry. We talk about when she knew she wanted to work in publishing, how she got there, and what she loves about her job. We
Sarah has a long and goofy chat with Sassy Outwater about her life with brain cancer, and her life with two alpha guide dogs. We cover her adventures as Tumor Killer Girl, and talk about BDSM safety when you’re blind, owning your body and brain, glass eyes, diversity, music, and
Jane and Sarah have a long chat with Jay from Joyfully Jay. She answers curious questions about male/male romance, such as, is all m/m erotic? (Spoiler alert: nope!) We talk author and book recommendations, gaynesia, audiobooks, and the m/m romance community as well.
This week, we talk about the DABWAHA tournament, what books we wanted to be in the tournament that didn’t make it, and the origins of the tournament long long ago. And in a shocking turn of events, Jane and Sarah disagree about NA, YA, and Contemporary romance. We also talk
This week, we’re learning about 12th century attitudes on sexuality and romantic love, plus 12th century gossip and the possible origin story of Super Mario. Yes, way! Our guest this week is Dr. William M Reddy, William T. Laprade Professor of History and Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Duke