After almost three years of planning and working hard to make this anthology happen, it looks as though we are going to have to can the project. My Story Is Out was my brainchild and I still believe it’s a great idea. Unfortunately, life had other plans. We weren’t able to get the stories we needed to fill the book. So due to a lack of participation, the book has been permanently shelved.
I would like to personally thank everyone who supported and shared information on My Story Is Out. On the upside, a different type of anthology with a similar theme is in the works. I stand firm in the belief that we all have stories to tell and sharing our stories with each other and future generations is extremely important to LGBT culture.
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Josephine Jenkins, better known as JJ, is in her senior year at Sampson Academy. She’s a closet poet, a talented writer suffering from stage fright, and she’s committed the ultimate lesbian faux pas — she’s fallen in love with a straight girl. Kendal McCarthy is uber popular. She’s the campus … Continue reading
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