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Seattle, WA Book Tour Stop – Gay Romance Northwest Meet-up

Dena Hankins will be a panelist on writing diverse characters at the Gay Romance Northwest conference for readers and writers of queer books.  She is touring the Pacific Northwest to promote her new queer/trans* romance, Blue Water Dreams, her debut novel, published by Bold Strokes Books and available through major distributors.  The tour mixes readings, […]

Vancouver, BC, Welcomes Book Tour September 15th

Dena Hankins will visit The Art of Loving for a reading and discussion of her new queer/trans* romance, Blue Water Dreams.  She is touring the Pacific Northwest to promote her debut novel, published by Bold Strokes Books and available through major distributors.  The tour mixes readings, discussions, erotica reading workshops, and visits to groups for […]

Book Tour Hits Tacoma on September 12th

Dena Hankins will visit the Gender Alliance of the South Sound for a reading and discussion of her new Seattle-set queer/trans* romance, Blue Water Dreams.  She is touring the Pacific Northwest to promote her debut novel, published by Bold Strokes Books and available through major distributors.  The tour mixes readings, discussions, erotica reading workshops, and […]

6 City Book Tour for Blue Water Dreams

I am touring the Pacific Northwest to promote my upcoming Seattle-set queer/trans* romance, Blue Water Dreams, published by Bold Strokes Books and available now for preorder.  The tour mixes book readings, discussions, erotica workshops, and visits to interested groups.  I am available for interviews and welcome requests for review copies. Publishers Weekly has this to […]

Publisher’s Weekly Compliments “Cooling Down, Heating Up”

Publisher’s Weekly reviewed Love Burns Bright while I wasn’t looking, and they said my story “Cooling Down, Heating Up” is “everyday magic“.  I dig it!

Two Time Winner: Cooling Down, Heating Up

Best Lesbian Erotica 2015 will contain a reprint of Cooling Down, Heating Up!  I’m terribly excited to be in a “Best of” anthology.  Right now, I have only one more story out on consideration.  Wish me luck!  

Rachel Kramer Bussel Picks Symphony

And another short story has been chosen for publication!  “Symphony” was my submission for an anthology with a female fantasy theme.  I struggled over how to interpret that for a little while and then decided to write the fantasy itself rather than the frame story of the person fantasizing.  Guess that worked out! In “Symphony”, […]

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