Epochalips: Interview by Kathy Belge on Lesbian Dating.net
Epochalips voted “Best Lesbian E-Zine 2011″ By MyLesbianRadio.com
Founder Robin Lowey on About Me
Who Are We?
Epochalips: Smart Lesbian Commentary is a multi-contributor site for Boomer lesbians and their friends. We are here to share our endeavors, stories and opinions. We are hip, fun, interesting and yes, slightly older. We are the lesbians who helped pave the way for LGBT youth. We remember a time when it wasn’t cool to be gay. We suffered and struggled, and in doing so changed the course of history. We are seasoned, vibrant, mature, and at the top of our game.
We have amazing stories and incredible talents to share. We support and encourage lesbians everywhere to follow their passions in life.
Here’s how to get involved: donate, advertise, submit a story, refer your friends, or simply enjoy our eclectic mix of Smart Lesbian Commentary!
A few of our contributors: Meredith Baxter, Vicki Randle, Kate Clinton, Nicole Conn, Marga Gomez, Monica Palacios, Page Hodel, Margie Adam, Jewelle Gomez, Robin Lowey, Eleanor Palacios, Jody Cole, Kim Powell, Wallis Stern, Leslie Larsen, Rachel Wahba, Shawn McAndrew, and YOU! Please submit a 500 word essay and get involved.
What are people saying about us?
Meredith Baxter says: “What a wonderfully creative forum for women that’s fun, irreverent and insightful!”
My Lesbian Radio’s Lesbian Lounge: “Cool Website of the Week: www.Epochalips.com – an online magazine run by and created by out and proud lesbians who help promote and support new and exciting projects, people, content and endeavors by building community, spreading the word, and providing a valuable resource of support and exposure. Check out interviews with Meredith Baxter and contributing writers Marga Gomez, Nicole Conn and Robin Lowey’s work”
What the Heck Does Epochalips Mean?
Epochalips (pronounced apocalypse) is all about the next chapter of our interesting, exciting lives. The word epoch means a moment in time chosen as the origin of a particular era. This is our time. We aren’t old but we aren’t young either. Lips is a good lesbian word. And Epochalips is….well….its just our name, OK?
I want to contribute a story to Epochalips. What do I do?
First, hug yourself. Because you’re helping to make this site (and our world) better.
Next, email us. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hang on, it’s going to be a wild ride!