As a member of the Outer Alliance, I advocate for queer speculative fiction and those who create, publish and support it, whatever their sexual orientation and gender identity. I make sure this is reflected in my actions and my work.
I wasn't sure what else to say on the subject. The mission statement is pretty darned good at explaining what it's all about. I'm not that good at talking about myself; the more I say, the more likely I am to trip over my own verbal feet. Luckily, my work speaks for itself.
Firstly, I'm a book reviewer, covering science fiction and fantasy, with a specific interest in YA. I also have an interest in queer speculative fiction, and am always eager to consider such things for review when I'm aware of them.
Secondly, I'm a writer. Among my other works, I write queer fiction. At this time, I've sold four pieces of romantic lesbian erotica to Circlet Press and Ravenous Romance e-anthologies. I'm also editing an anthology in which the gender lines are blurred, challenged, and outright obliterated. Further details on these things can be found elsewhere in this journal, or at my website.
That's where I stand. I wholeheartedly support the Outer Alliance because I dig what they're doing. And if you go here, you'll find a whole lot of people who are a lot more eloquent and experienced (and less doped up on Novocaine at the moment) than me. Carry on!