Fairy tales for our own time go all medieval on anti-gay, anti-transgender attitudes.
by Jill Allen
For those fed up with the rigid stereotypes and gender roles common in the fantasy genre, Creatures of Grace is a clever, inventive, and thought-provoking collection of short stories from experienced writer and lesbian activist P. Kristen Enos. In her latest book, Enos takes the medieval fairy-tale world in new directions.
Created new FB page, P. Kristen’s Projects, to allow me to post info on my creative projects and appearances related to them: the “Creatures of Grace” fantasy book series, “Web of Lives” digital comic series and “Deseo” (using Marco Turini’s latest pinup as the banner.) As well as give peeps a chance to provide feedback or questions on my projects.
It’s also hooked up to my twitter account.
Please “Like” if you wish to receive further updates of this nature.
I will still make major announcements on this site related to the book series.
Seems I’m confirmed to speak on two panels, “PRISM Comics Presents: Women in Queer Comics” (moderated by Tara Madison Avery) and “Secret Identities – Transgender Themes in Comic Books” (moderated by Charles Battersby). Stop by if you’re at the con!
And yes, I am up to my eyeballs in the pages for book 2, “The Queens and Kings of the Seas” in order to make a November publishing date!