The Gay Romance Northwest Meet-Up, the LGBTQ Romance Fiction Conference of the Pacific Northwest, held it’s third annual conference on September 26, 2015 at the Seattle Public Library.
We are sharing podcasts from several of this year’s panels, including:
The Evolving LGBTQ Romance Genre – Where do you want the genre to go?
In the past, GRNW’s last panel of its annual conference examined diversity and how the genre is growing, and this year, we’re “evolving” the evolving panel, keeping the theme around where *you* want the genre to go, but taking it in new directions, and the content will be built by the audience during the opening session. Come find out what everyone voted on, and see how you want the genre to grow and prosper!
Gunner Scott (Program Director, Pride Foundation)
- Austin Chant: (Author, Silver and Gold)
- Laylah Hunter (Author, Gabriel’s City, Resurrection Man)
- Alex Powell (Author, Rangers Over Regulus, Sky Knights)
- Karelia Stetz-Waters (Author, Something True, Forgive Me if I’ve Told You This Before)
Listen to more podcasts from GRNW 2015
GRNW 2015 Keynote “Read with Pride”
Celebrating and Elevating Underrepresented Characters in Queer Romance
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