Interview with author Bret Josef Grubisic

Written by Redfern on 28/04/2016

(This interview originally appeared on Queer Voices, 14 April 2016.)

An English Professor at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Brett Josef Grubisic writes fiction, arts journalism, and scholarship. He’s published three novels:The Age of Cities, This Location of Unknown Possibilities, From Up River and For One Night Only. Other projects include Contra/Diction, Carnal Nation, Understanding Beryl Bainbridge, National Plots, American Hunks, and Blast, Corrupt, Dismantle, Erase: Contemporary North American Dystopian Literature.

I spoke with Brett about teenage dreams, queer loving, and sex …

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Threesomes, Bisexual Book Awards, and Other Deviant News

Written by Redfern on 07/04/2016

Spring for writers in 2016 is much like spring will be for everyone in 2116: it’s that time of year when you get to eat discounted chocolate eggs, insert a slightly brighter bulb into your desk-side SAD lamp, and conjure up the increasingly distant memory of flowers.

(Pretty sure that’s it.)

If you’re anything like me (and the increasingly concerned looks from those around you will confirm that you are), it’s also the traditional time for taking stock of everything you’ve accomplished this …

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