Last session we talked about sexual violence in m/m and this time we were going to talk about non-con.
We are still going to have that conversation but we thought everyone deserved a bit of a breather.
So I’m throwing tea-time open to readers. What would you like to see more of? Less of? Anything at all?
Broadly, tea-time consists of round table discussions (like this one on bisexuality), responses to books (like this one on Mnevermind) and interviews with authors (like this one with Amy Jo Cousins). Occasionally I strike out with the odd solo opinion piece like this one about diversity, representation and publishing.
I’d really like to do more author interviews (or I could just interview Amy Jo over and over again because she was awesome) but I’m slightly shy about approaching people (minor failing for an interviewer). But I think armed with “the people have spoken” I would have more courage to accost people.
So are there any authors love that you’d like to see interviewed tea-time style? Are there any guests you’d like us to invite? Any topics you’d like us to cover. Anything you feel is working particularly well or anything you feel isn’t so engaging.
Do let us know in the comments.
PS – Tea Time usually runs on the first and third Thursdays of the month. For the short-term it’ll be dropping to just the third Thursday. Basically because I am mad busy for the few months. But hopefully that’ll make it easier to remember anyway!
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