Diana Cage is the author of five books and editor of three collections of fiction and essays. Her work examines bodies, sexuality, power, and lived experiences of queer sex and gender. Her most recent book, Lesbian Sex Bible, won a 2015 Lambda Literary Award. Diana lives in Brooklyn and teaches at Pratt Institute. January 15 is the official release of Cage’s chapbook, The Husbands, on Occasional Remarks: Prose Chaps and Audio Tracks. Chapbooks will be available for purchase at reading; audio download available online.
Jane DeLynn is the author of the novels Leash, Don Juan in the Village, Real Estate (a New York Times Book Review “Notable Book of the Year”), In Thrall, Some Do, as well as the collection Bad Sex Is Good. Authors she’s been compared to include Proust, Salinger, Jane Austen, Rabelais, Swift, Oscar Wilde, Proust, Helene Cixious, Edgar Allan Poe, Aristophanes, Euripides, and Woody Allen. She was a correspondent in Saudi Arabia for Mirabella and Rolling Stone during the Gulf War and has published articles, essays, and stories in a number of anthologies and magazines in the US and abroad, including The New York Times, Mademoiselle, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar, The Paris Review, and The New York Observer. Her musical theater works have been performed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Encompass Music Theater, and Theater for the New City.