How the case of Kermit Gosnell emphasizes the need for properly funded reproductive health services for all women: The Guardian
Maybe the case of the kidnapped women in Cleveland would have gone differently if the police hadn’t employed a “good girl/bad girl” mentality in their investigations: Bitch Magazine.
Gay rights and women’s rights are closely linked – the two groups should have a stronger coalition to fight for progressive goals: The Guardian.
The anti-marriage equality crowd argues that marriage is traditionally about procreation. A little history as to how that’s so not true, and how marriage between two men is older than you think: Bitch Magazine.
MoMA includes video games in its new Applied Design exhibition – and not one is designed by a woman: Slate.
On the king and the play ‘Richard III’ and the power of political theatre in BOMB.
On ‘Clybourne Park’ and its significance in theatre history and current politics for Salon.
I was asked by the terrific Broadway Green Alliance to contribute this blog post on their behalf to the Innovative Theatre Foundation on the subject of “Greening Your Production”: You can be green and red-hot!
I was honored and thrilled to have my short story be chosen for the inaugural Liar’s League New York reading series. You can’t get the impact of Alexandra Gray’s reading, but you can read the text.
Delighted to have a short story in the fantastic Guernica Magazine: “All at Sea”
I’m honored to have a guest post on the excellent Women and Hollywood blog, in which I discuss the ongoing Leveson Inquiry in Britain: Sex, Lies, and Phone Hacking: British Tabloid Journalism on Trial
Novelist Allie Spencer and I respond to the news that Pippa Middleton has just been given £400,000 for her “concept of a book on planning perfect parties: Pippa’s Perfect Payout
An interview with me on My Bookish Ways, in which I talk about books, theatre, and England.
My guest post on author Brooklyn Ann’s blog, Supernatural Smut, in which I talk about blending historical fact with paranormal fiction.
I discuss the period dialogue and characterization in THE MOONLIGHT BRIGADE, using several quotes, for the Romantic Times Book Review.
Mors becomes Robin Hood as part of Tynga’s Reviews “Fantastic Fables” series!
THE MOONLIGHT BRIGADE is featured on SHE LOVES HOT READS. You can read the first chapter and also read about the process of turning a secondary character from THE MIDNIGHT GUARDIAN into a leading man.
An article by me in The Guardian on the Hollywoodization of Hermione Granger.
Mors, the hero of THE MOONLIGHT BRIGADE, guides you through ancient and 1940s Rome in DEADLY DESTINATIONS on the Dark Faerie Tale blog.
#31lines31days: A Twitter and Facebook exclusive! One random line from THE MOONLIGHT BRIGADE will appear every day until publication on August 2, 2011.
Sarah Jane’s article, ‘The Taming of the Screw,’ in Guernica Magazine’s blog.
Harrowing Historicals: Keeping the Spirits Alive on HistFicChick
Vampires As Drama Queens on Tor’s blog
“Living” History on Tor’s blog
Making Fantasy Historically Accurate on Tor’s blog
Interview on Supernatural Smut
From Student of History to Writer of Fake History on Book Chick City
Interview on Wondrous Reads
Interview on Patricia’s Vampire Notes
Inside the Mind of a Vampire on BSC Review
Q&A on The Vampire Library
THE MIDNIGHT GUARDIAN galley on display at Comic-Con 2009 in San Diego.