Interview with Nik Kacy from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to chat with designer, NiK Kacy about their upcoming Equality Fashion Week in Los Angeles. This is the first event of its kind in the LA area and is being run to help give a spotlight to LGBT+ designers and their work, as well as help benefit the LGBT+ community through outreach. I greatly appreciate NiK Kacy taking the time to speak with me and if you are in the area starting on October 5th you should definitely try and check out their event.

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@ClexaCon London Interview with Mandahla Rose from @kleffnotes

ClexaCon London is fast approaching and I had the opportunity to talk with a veteran guest of ClexaCon, Mandahla Rose, all about her upcoming trip to ClexaCon London and her previous ClexaCon experiences. She also shared some insight into being an out actress and working on a variety of projects including All About E. Thank you to Mandahla for her time and make sure to check her out at ClexaCon London in November. Continue reading “@ClexaCon London Interview with Mandahla Rose from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Liz Baxter from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to interview Liz Baxter, who made history as the first lesbian contestant on the Love Connection reboot. We also discussed her upcoming short film, Female Connection, that beautifully examines a relationship between two women, which will be screening at some upcoming international film festivals. Thank you so much to Liz for her time and openness. Continue reading “Interview with Liz Baxter from @kleffnotes”

A Long Road to Freedom Interview with Billy Clift and David Millbern from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to chat digitally with Billy Clift and David Millbern about their upcoming film, A Long Road to Freedom: The Advocate Celebrates 50 Years, which will be screening at Outfest on Thursday the 19th in Beverly Hills. Clift is the writer and director and Millbern produced this documentary feature that focuses on LGBTQ rights and examines the dedicated and important work that has been done for the community.  Continue reading “A Long Road to Freedom Interview with Billy Clift and David Millbern from @kleffnotes”

Ella: Cinders and Ash Book Review from @kleffnotes

The third book in the Urban Fairytales series by Erik Schubach, Ella: Cinders and Ash is told from the point of view of Parker Devareau. After getting a flat tire on the night of a full moon Parker suddenly finds herself involved in the mystical battle between werewolves and supernatural women happening within and around Seattle. This book is the perfect addition to this fun to read series. Continue reading “Ella: Cinders and Ash Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Snow: The White Crow Book Review from @kleffnotes

Snow: The White Crow is the second in the Urban Fairytales series from Erik Schubach. The first book in the series introduced Red Hood and her hellhound companion and lover, this second book introduces us to the magical Gretta Snow. Much like Mari, the Red Hood, Gretta has lived for centuries and is blessed with powers that were willed to her by a supernatural being. Snow: The White Crow grows the world of the Urban Fairytales universe and sets up a larger overarching plot for the rest of the series. Continue reading “Snow: The White Crow Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Fangirl Freakouts: Is There Gay Stuff In It? ( @GayStuffPodcast ) from @kleffnotes

Butch and Sissy sells awesome pins, stickers, and patches that cater to the LGBT+ community and now they even have a podcast. Connie, who runs the Butch and Sissy Twitter, and her friend Kat do a mostly weekly podcast that looks for queer culture throughout pop culture in Is There Gay Stuff In It?. Check out my thoughts here! Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: Is There Gay Stuff In It? ( @GayStuffPodcast ) from @kleffnotes”

Disbanded Kingdom Book Review ( @CLBPressUK ) from @kleffnotes

Disbanded Kingdom focuses on a young man named Oscar who is struggling to find himself. Through late nights and his passing thoughts readers are connected to a young man on a journey of discovery. This stream of consciousness narrative examines life during a moment of extreme change and allows for you to travel Oscar’s path with him. Continue reading “Disbanded Kingdom Book Review ( @CLBPressUK ) from @kleffnotes”