Because nobody really wants to scroll through thirty-odd personal essays just to find the
right post on hero narratives, and because my tagging system is somewhat random, have an (in-progress) list of all the posts I’ve written here at QWG. You may notice a strange and uncontrollable addiction to unnecessary hyperlinks … not to mention an absurd tendency to write the same damn thing in as many ways as possible. Good luck!
-- The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Flight
The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Skin
The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Consequences
K. A.’s Link Round Up
Down the Rabbit Hole: The Language of Autistic Queerness
The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Shadows
The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Homecoming
Survival of Naming
Certain Eldritch Artefacts (A Kit March Prequel)
The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Connection
The Man on the Hallway Floor: Disability and Writing Character
The Adventurer King (A Kit March Prequel)
The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Introduction
Representation: A Primer
The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Welcome
The Age of Mindfulness
Know Me for a Little: The Heroic Protagonist
Not Only the Label
Space for Accessibility
Experience Atypical: Sound
All The Puzzle Pieces, Please
Silence in Mimicry
A Dialogue in Good Faith
The Agency of Hardwiring
A Philosophy of Natural Movement, Part 1
Wanted: an audience
Your geeky, my geeky, girl geeky
Queercott: Marriage Alliance
Marriage equality, you ask?
Fiction: Their Courts of Crows
Little steps, strength in numbers, the tales we tell ourselves
A return to the world of monsters
Depression: words on the things we lose
The verbose help guide: dialogue and character
Queer lit: a most binary pandemonium
The many skins of writing escapism
Three simple words: I’m an author
The verbose help guide: dialogue
Queering words: a field guide (part 2)
Ropes, waves and other useful neurotransmitters: the words of depression
Queering words: a field guide (part 1)
Promotion: rabbits, creativity and words
Do explain, my allies, but not to me
The oppression of matching
Self-publishing (as a beginning author)
Promotion: Amazon and Patreon
The ghost of a girl
The worlds unseen: depression
Show, don’t tell: allies and minorities in fiction
Promotion: Pro GamerS
Rec post: queer genre fiction
Call to arms, my dear creatives
That thing we don’t talk about: sex
Rec post: queer fantasy
Walk the talk: you’re not alone
Nothing happening here but an awkward confession
The other me: Death is Only a Theoretical Concept
The personal and the sensitive
Launch: The Stillwater Files: Asylum
Reflections on acknowledgement and gratitude
The demon at the crossroads
Platform 16 – Digital Edition
Words matter, but what about the packaging?
Platform 16 launch / Silence, please!
The price of being out: emotional authenticity and storytelling
Rotunda in the West and other adventures in story
How much do we value our words, anyway?
Surrender, my dear (the world as it is)
Life in the world of monsters
Humanity: a tale of hats beyond counting
Not Vogler: the nature of a hero
Reprise: mate, you’re stepping on my foot / the words the world gives
Mate, you’re stepping on my foot
Launch: Platform, edition 15
Body love, the chronic pain version
Launch Week: Up Close and Personal
Launch Week: Crooked Words
The occupation of struggle
Yes, I signed up for this.
The imperfections of realness
The words the world gives
Showing the bones
Platform and other worthwhile objects
Activism is not a requirement
A job is never just a job
What’s in a name? Empowerment
This is homophobia
On why I ‘queer’, no person to follow
Essays (List with tag-lines)
Promotion (List with tag-lines)
Recommendations (List with tag-lines)
Creative Writing (Listed with tag-lines)
Promotion: Book and event promotion. Less wordy, usually.
Essay: The bread and butter of this blog. Lots of words.
Creative Writing: For the infrequent times I write something that isn’t quite a personal essay.
Recommendation: Things I have read that you should also read.
There is no reason that any given character can’t be trans: Why we need to write stories that don’t contain justifications for trans (or minority) characters being trans (or minorities).
Things that irk me: trigger warnings: The kind of mark-up I don’t wish to see when people add trigger or content warnings to media.
Queer lady witches and a firstborn child: A story idea, not mine, that I might have to write.
One amazing real life cishet friend and Gratitude in singular they: I talk about the kind of ally I need from real life people when it comes to my pronouns, and how much it matters to me when real life people answer that call.
Creativity and vulnerability: the tag for a collection of links to B R Kyle’s WordPress and Tumblr posts and comments I’ve made on just this topic.