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26 November
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Barbara Lucas writes fantasy of all flavors. Her essays on women in television and music (along with entries on epic fantasy, Neil Gaiman, and Storm Constantine) appear in WOMEN IN SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA, and “Cunning Linguists: The Bisexual Erotics of Words/Silence/Flesh,” an article she co-wrote with Eden Lackner and Robin Reid, appears in FAN FICTION AND FAN COMMUNITIES IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET. Her poetry has appeared in several small press publications.

She is a member of the Horror Writers Association; the Fantasy, Futuristic, and Paranormal Chapter of the Romance Writers of America (where she is the editor of the OUT OF THIS WORLD newsletter); Science Fiction Poetry Association, and the International Association on the Fantastic in the Arts (where she’s the Division Head for the Communities and Culture in the Fantastic Division).

You can also follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/BarbaraLucas.


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