Category Archives: Writing Wonkomance

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Guest Post: Romance Sociology on the Feminine Culture of Romance Authors

It should surprise no one that some of us here at Wonkomance fangurl the ladies of Romance Sociology, Joanna Gregson and Jen Lois. I mean, really…it doesn’t get much more deliciously meta than sociology professors who study the culture of … Continue reading

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A Wonkomance Interview with Alexis Hall

I’m delighted, today, to be interviewing Alexis Hall about his debut novel, Glitterland, a male-male romance that released on Monday. Glitterland hit me with the emotional force of a shovel to the forehead — and I know I’m not the only … Continue reading

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What is remarkable about Edie Harris’s The Corrupt Comte is, like early reviews and readers have noted, its complexity and erotic darkness. It is a deeply romantic book as well, and its turning points bend on romantic and erotic gestures … Continue reading

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