Tag Archives: Personal

Growing up Lost in Translation

My favorite movie since I was in my mid-teens has without question been Lost in Translation. Other movies have come and gone – the whimsical, melancholy, but ultimately juvenile Garden State, the gorgeous, existential, pretentious Wings of Desire, the hilarious, … Continue reading

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“admit it for eternity”

I’ve been browsing my old writing folders to get some inspiration and have found a few things that feel like they’re worth posting. The following is a poem(?) I wrote a few years ago as a result of listening to Say … Continue reading

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On Writing Different Characters

Most of my fiction is deficient in diverse voices. To be fair, most fiction by white males is equally deficient. But there is no excuse for me not to, knowing how important diversity is to readers, knowing how important it … Continue reading

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The “Bury Your Gays” Trope and Me

Lately I’ve been wondering about my novella It Helps with the Blues, whether or not it might bear significance to anyone aside from me and a few people close to me. It is young adult literature geared toward a queer audience, … Continue reading

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On Not Being Gay

From about the time I was fourteen till just a couple years ago, my sexual identity was strictly delineated as “gay”. I now say that term can go fuck itself and the whole concept of binaries along with it. I … Continue reading

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Article Round-Up: August 2015

Collected articles written by Bryan Cebulski for the month of August 2015. Continue reading

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