The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 have a chat with Olivia and Nonir, who are the writing team of OE Tearmann who write Aces High, Joker’s Wild a queer cyberpunk series. We discuss both of their careers and how they came together to write the Aces High, Jokers Wild series. It was a fascinating conversation. Have a listen and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did.
About O. E. Tearmann
O.E. Tearmann lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, in what may become the Co-Wy Grid. They share the house with a brat in fur, a husband, and a great many books. Their search engine history may garner them a call from the FBI one day. When they’re not living on base 1407 they advocate for a more equitable society and more sustainable agricultural practices, participate in sundry geekdom, and do their best to walk their characters’ talk.
O. E. Tearmann is the pen name of writing team Olivia Wylie and Nonir Amacitia aka E. S. Argentum
Olivia Wylie is a professional landscaper who specializes in the restoration of neglected gardens. When the weather keeps her indoors, she enjoys researching and writing about the folklore and plants she loves and the ways that story and the natural world shape human thought. She lives in Colorado with a very patient husband and a rather impatient cat.
The work under her own name can be viewed at https://www.amazon.com/Olivia-Wylie/e/B07G67WZKC
E.S. Argentum is a queer author with a passion for writing sweet and steamy romance and erotica for others in the queer community. Outside of writing, they create other resources for marginalized communities and should have earned a master’s degree in being a cat bed by now. Find them at wanderingjotun.com and argentumbooks.weebly.com.
Seven Corporations run the City Grids for a profit and own their workers, body and soul. Freedom is just a word in the news vids. But off the Grids, there are people fighting for a change. Officially Democratic State Force Base 1407, the Wildcards are fighters in a war to bring representative democracy back to what was America. This series has been called ‘Firefly for the Cyberpunk Genre’. It’s a wild ride. Buckle up.
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- TG Geeks Episode 283
- TG Geeks Episode 284
- Ben’s “Gay” Breakdown | Strong Women and Gay Men make up The Old Guard
- Ben’s Breakdown | The Absence of Presence shows the greatness of Kansas!
- Nerdy Chupacabras #006
- Arizona Opera to Produce “Reimagined” 2020/21 Season Starting in October
- Pandemic Feature Film Hall Has Its World Premiere at FRIGHTFEST
- Celebrate 45 Years of JAWS, Plus AMERICAN PSYCHO, VAMPIRA, & UHF Apparel at Fright-Rags.com
- Hamish Downie’s Five Questions with Jann Williams
- This Got Made hosted by Carlton Tetley – Episode 5 – Vampirella: Forbidden Fruit
- The Arkle Times Post Dispatch News – The Human Arkle on Twitter @arkle — Be sure to take a look at Arkle’s other venture: Arkle Studios presents Shameless Cash Grab
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