Burlesque Showreel, Act 2

The second effort in my ongoing project to while away the quarantine by filming a showreel of my burlesque solos. I finally accede to popular pressure and choreograph a vampire routine, with homage to a certain classic 1980s film. This is not quite the debut I wanted for this act, but it is what it... Continue Reading →

Music Review – “Vamp” (Jake Perrine, 2001)

I was introduced to this Gothic rock-opera by a friend several years ago, rediscovered it recently, and was amazed how much influence from it had seeped into my own work: in particular, its villain-protagonist Alexandra has more than a little in common with the antagonist of "Wolves of Dacia." That being so, and since I... Continue Reading →

Witches vs. Nazis

The annual C64 game competition now looms its head, so here is the final instalment in my "Valkyrie" series of WW2-themed games, and this time the heroine is a Soviet lesbian fighter pilot who sidelines as a white witch ... because why not? (Download from competition page. Requires a C64 emulator.) Designed on C64 SEUCK... Continue Reading →

Lucille and the Healers

There was a time not so long ago when I wanted to distance myself from the past - and particularly from my old name - so much that I would never share my old works, but now that the end of my transition is well and truly in sight the past seems less scary than... Continue Reading →

Wolves of Dacia (First time in paperback)

2018 has got off to an eventful start - lots of requests for Tarot readings, new fanfiction published, Burlesque dance classes started, but best of all, my long-awaited first ever paperback novel has finally hit the shelves (or Amazon, at any rate) ... Wolves of Dacia is my second foray into historical Gothic fiction (after... Continue Reading →

Gothic Dieselpunk

...and if that isn't a mouthful of a name for a genre, I don't know what would be. I am conscious this has recently turned into a blog for my weird artistic pursuits rather than for anything directly related to my transition, but so be it. Since my fiction has for many years been a... Continue Reading →

Burning Bridges and Glitching Vampires

My silence has been repeatedly noted, so I thought it time to type a quick assurance that contrary to the evidence Cal and I are still alive and well, and continuing as planned with our transitions. There have, alas, been no positive developments, though, and this week I find myself a somewhat lonelier trans lady...... Continue Reading →

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