...in truth, we aren’t writers, we are answerers.
I don't need to be a Black lesbian to appreciate Audre Lorde...oh wait, I am. Bad example.
…my own fantasies held more truth, more conviction, and more hope than I had been finding in the world around me.
I like to sing instead of talkin’. I like to dance instead of walkin’.
When a Puerto Rican accomplishes something, it’s an achievement for the entire island.
You and the pen and the paper are a thruple, writing as one.
That invisible web that storytelling weaves between people is the thing that drives everything I do.
I loved reading about women bucking the odds and doing powerful things.
I am of an age to wonder, do strangers still flirt in person? Are sex and fiction interchangeable?
There is nothing, and I mean nothing, sexier than a good love letter.
I write about sex, creativity, and occasionally, pigeons. My essays, stories, and plays have appeared in literary journals, anthologies, and on the cabaret stage.