- Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event, throughout the month of January. I'll be doing a guest post on host author K.T.Grant's blog on writing lesbian and bi characters in historical fiction, 1/12/13.
- Guest blog on author Cathy Pegau's blog on the topic of "In Person Events for Writers."
- Author reading on Wednesday, January 23rd at 7PM at Subtext: A Bookstore in St. Paul
- GCLS Conference Blog - guest blog on my experiences at the GCLS Conference. TBD
- Marscon - March 1-3, Minneapolis. Attending professional.
- Portland Lesbian Book Salon - March 3. Q&A by phone, since I can't make it to Oregon, alas.
- Quatrefoil Library - March 16th, Minneapolis. Quatrefoil's new location - annual women's fiction reading with several other authors.
- Hour of the Wolf Radio Show, WBAI, NYC. Tentatively scheduled for March 19th. Reading and interview.
- WisCon, May 24-27th. Attending professional.
- 4th Street Fantasy, June 21-23. Attending professional.
- CONvergence, July 4-7. Attending professional.
- DreamHaven Books, Comics and Art - August 1. Diversicon Guest reading and signing by Jack McDevitt, Roy Booth and me 6:30-8:30PM
- Diversicon 21, Aug. 2-4. SPECIAL GUEST <g>
- S.E. Wisconsin Festival of Books - September 20-22. I'm scheduled for a panel called "OUTspoken and OUTfront: LGBTQ Writers Moving Beyond Binaries" on Saturday, 9/21 in the afternoon.
- North Country Gaylaxians Book Club - October 8th, Discussion of Silver Moon at Quatrefoil Library, St. Paul 7PM.
- Minneapolis Lesfic Book Club - October 30, Discussion of Silver Moon, 7:30PM (not generally open to the public - contact me for details if you want to attend).
- Howl Out Cast - November 13th. Podcast interview about my work, my life and a lot of other things.
- 2013 MNSpec Writer's Showcase - Group author reading at the Acadia Cafe, Minneapolis. Sunday, November 17th, noon.
Somewhere in here, I'm signed up to do some mentoring for GCLS and a few other things which are very much TBD. All in all, I'm hoping to keep it a lighter year than 2012 so I can get in more writing. We'll see how that goes.