Diane faces an unexpectedly skilled adversary.
Joel Derfner is the author of Gay Haiku, Swish: My Quest to Become the Gayest Person Ever and What Ended Up Happening Instead, and Lawfully Wedded Husband: How My Gay Marriage Will Save the American Family. (Are you sensing a theme?) Musicals to which he has composed the score have played in New York, London, and various cities in between (going counterclockwise). He lives, alas, in Brooklyn, along with his husband and their small, fluffy dog. joelderfner.com. @JoelDerfner.
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Tremontaine has introduced readers and listeners to many vibrant characters both good, bad, and deliciously devilish - but one beloved by all is the gentle genius, Micah Heslop.
An unwelcome admirer for Esha provides Diane with an opportunity.
I know feeling out of place a thousand miles from home. I know that sudden longing for the flavors and sounds and understood rhythms of the place that you were born. Which is to say, on this level I understand Kaab very well.
Kaab contemplates the meaning of home. Diane hosts a spectacle.
In which, finally, the turnip gets its moment in the spotlight.
Going off script to talking about Tremontaine - and the broader world we live in.
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Kaab fights her first professional duel. Diane pursues her destiny.
When Ellen called me and invited me to work on Tremontaine, I have to admit, I was a little star-struck.
Alliances shift as relationships on both the Hill and in Riverside grow complicated.
I stared at the blank page for about an hour when I sat down to write the first words of episode 2. It felt like stepping through a doorway I’d searched for since I was a teenager and first read Swordspoint. I don’t usually have trouble with blank pages. Once a project is ready, I know where I need to begin, and how. But this was Riverside.