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Guest Writers  // Marga Gomez, Nicole Conn, Wallis Stern, Kate Clinton, Marquitta Olivia, Page Hodel, Melanie Nathan, Rachel Wahba, Liza Cowan, Walter G. Meyer, Alicia Leeds, Katharine Cole, Carmen de Monteflores, Leslie Larson, Bren Fraser, Kathleen Hill, Kim Reed, Lise Weil, Ruthann Robson, Devon Marshall—YOUR NAME COULD BE ON THIS LIST! Email us at info@Epochalips.com

18 May Posted by in Guest Writers | 1 comment

Marriage is a Trickster

Marriage is a Trickster

Excerpt from Lesbian Marriage: A Sex Survival Kit By Kim Chernin and Renate Stendhal Marriage is not the remedy for couple trouble! But there is a lot of magical and wishful thinking about it: marriage will give you a new start, fix your problems, fulfill your dreams… It’s the myth of the “Make-Over Marriage.” (Should […]

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31 Mar Posted by in Guest Writers | 1 comment

Lesbian Marriage: YES I DO

Lesbian Marriage: YES I DO

A conversation between Kim Chernin and Renate Stendhal, authors of the forthcoming guide book Lesbian Marriage: A Sex Survival Kit KIM: It’s curious, isn’t it, that it took us almost three decades before we wanted to get married? RENATE: It is, although I always had a thing about weddings. As a child, and all through […]

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31 Mar Posted by in Guest Writers | Comments Off

#Hashtag: A Lesbian Cyber Love Story

#Hashtag: A Lesbian Cyber Love Story

Marie Alton, star of #Hashtag a new series by tello Films, showing at OML’s Film Festival at the Dinah this Friday, tells Epochalips the inside scoop! #Hashtag is exciting for me because it deals with relevant issues in a way I haven’t seen yet. It’s the search for love and connection in the world of […]

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28 Jan Posted by in Guest Writers | Comments Off

A Guide to Going Top Free

A Guide to Going Top Free

Aside from being perpetually bare-chested at home when it’s sweltering out, my two most recent topfree moments this week were: changing shirts at the booth I was staffing at the SF Marathon Expo (with my back turned), and taking my shirt off on a trail while my friend fixed his flat.  People’s reactions?  Well, I […]

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25 Nov Posted by in Guest Writers | Comments Off

New Music – ‘There is No God’

New Music – ‘There is No God’

I have spent the last twelve years impersonating a 70′s country western star named Kitty Rose. Kitty had a loud personality, drawl, wearing cheesy western suits and large cowboy hats. “Kitty” sang (and very well, I might gloat) her own original country western tunes along with classics from Tammy Wynette to Loretta Lynn. Then a […]

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21 Nov Posted by in Guest Writers | Comments Off

New Lesbian Film ‘All About Sarah Miles’

New Lesbian Film ‘All About Sarah Miles’

I began writing lesbian novels and short stories when I realised that there really wasn’t enough content in this genre. Striving to fill the void, my wife suggested that I use my imagination skills and put them down on paper. Five years later I have published twenty books and written a screenplay. I enjoy writing […]

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19 Nov Posted by in Guest Writers | Comments Off

Danielle Earle’s ‘Lovers Game’

Danielle Earle’s ‘Lovers Game’

Lover’s Game was a development that I started during the time of my Grandmother’s passing in December of 2012. It was an incredibly emotional time for me, especially because I was also dealing with an internal battle with my own sexuality. It was after the second season had ended of Brooklyn Is In Love, At […]

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17 Nov Posted by in Guest Writers | 2 comments

This Love of Mine

This Love of Mine

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”…so wrote Lao Tzu. I have lived that very statement this past year as I began the journey of recording a new jazz CD after a hiatus of 13 years. Why now? Well, it all began one day in the assisted living facility that my […]

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12 Nov Posted by in Guest Writers | 5 comments

How Sexy is ‘Blue Is The Warmest Color’?

How Sexy is ‘Blue Is The Warmest Color’?

We went to see the opening of the French director Abdellatif Kechiche’s movie Blue is the Warmest Color that won all the prizes at the Festival of Cannes this year. A three-hour-long lesbian movie. One of my friends said, “I know why this is so long and boring: to hide the fact that it’s essentially […]

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23 Oct Posted by in Guest Writers | 4 comments

Casting the Net – Is It Time for YOUR Close Up?

Casting the Net – Is It Time for YOUR Close Up?

There’s a key to casting for a movie, well certainly in the case of a love story. It’s Chemistry. It’s a special potion for which we can’t define a formula, a stunning image that appears miraculously and inexplicably in the eye of a camera, an indefinable moment of pure magic that lights a screen and […]

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