Jacob & Diane Comic-ized
- This summer Diane and Jacob enjoyed attending Comic-Con and look forward to the upcoming Bent Con.
- Check out Jacob’s “Queer Guide to Comic-Con.”
- Read Diane’s Related Op-eds: “The Simpsons, Comic-Con, and Me” and “How Animated Shows Like Futurama Can Unite Us All.”
- Jacob is now covering LGBT graphic novels. Check out his review of Jennie Wood’s amazing Flutter, Volume One: Hell Can Wait.
- Watch Jacob’s video interview with the creators of the gay web series, Husbands.
- Diane was recently honored with an Excellence in HIV/AIDS Coverage Award from the NLJGA. Add that to the 2013 Osborn/Michaels Media Award and it’s clear she’s having a very good year.
- Diane spoke to Washington Post about the first same-sex marriage survey.
- Jacob’s op-ed “Being Married to a Lesbian Doesn’t Make me Less a Man” has sparked a lot of conversation about self-identity and love.
- Diane has a new column on The Advocate website. Check out this one on trans men and body image.
- In April, 2013, Jacob was welcomed as a new board member with Lambda Literary Foundation, the organization dedicated to nurturing, celebrating, and preserving LGBT literature.
Blind Eye Now Available on Audio Book
As FishBowlLA notes: finally the mystery series with the blind detective is accessible to seeing-impaired readers! Find out more and check out the praise Susie Bright lavished on the new audiobooks in this Advocate.com article.
Latest Press About Us
- In this Seattle Gay News interview, Jacob and Diane talk more about his transition and their relationship.
- Diane and Jacob spoke with Carsen Taite about Queerly Beloved in this VLog.
- Check out other interviews, articles and book reviews on the Press page
Queerly Beloved Update
Diane and Jacob’s memoir Queerly Beloved, is scheduled for a Spring 2014 publication through Bold Strokes Books.
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