Becky Cochrane grew up in the South, graduated from the University of Alabama, and now lives in Texas. She co-wrote five novels under the name Timothy James Beck, wrote two additional novels with Timothy J. Lambert, and has authored numerous short stories and two contemporary romances, A Coventry Christmas and A Coventry Wedding. With Timothy J. Lambert, sheco-edited Fool For | Read More →
Timothy J. Lambert
As part of the writing team Timothy James Beck, Timothy J. Lambert wrote five novels. He also co-wrote The Deal and Three Fortunes in One Cookie with Becky Cochrane. His short stories were anthologized in Alyson’s Best Gay Love Stories 2005 and Best Gay Love Stories NYC Edition, as well as Lawrence Schimel’s The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica, and Foolish Hearts: New Gay Fiction. He | Read More →
Mimi Schippers received her PhD in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is currently Associate Professor of Sociology and the Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at Tulane University. Her academic work focuses on gender, sexuality, and the queer potential of nonmonogamies. She is also interested in exploring alternative representations of gender andsexuality in her | Read More →
Jen Michalski’s collection of novellas, Could You Be With Her Now was publishing in January (Dzanc), and her debut novel, The Tide King, is forthcoming May 14th (Black Lawrence Press). She lives in Baltimore with a Boston terrier named Sophie, her cats Boo and Scout, and a human named Phuong.
Sidearm Gallery and St. Claude Arts District welcome author, artist, wizard, c. huilo c. and Teatro Jaguar Luna to New Orleans. In this theatrical adaptation of the book series, Tales of... Read more →
Our website is back up! We are extending our online sales until Wednesday, May 22 at 10:00 a.m. After that, you can purchase tickets at our box office at the Hotel Monteleone, Royal Salon A during... Read more →
Saturday, May 25th at 9:00 p.m.: Bear to Listen Up!
A lit-Bear-ary event during Saints & Sinners 2013 Date: Saturday, May 25th at 9:00-10:00 p.m. Location: JohnPaul’s Bar, 940 Elysian Fields (to be confirmed) Price: Free and open to... Read more →
Friday, May 24: MASTER CLASSES ($25 for each selection/two per time period to choose from)
The Saints and Sinners Literary Festival’s literary program opens with a series of Master Classes by leading authors. Each session is 1 hour and 15 minutes with a lively give-and-take between... Read more →