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Something Dark and Weird for All You Dark and Weird Writers…

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Most of you know me as an author who writes about INFJs, INFPs, introverts, empaths, and Highly Sensitive People. But intuition and introversion are not my only passions. My creative fiction side tends to come out in the form of transgressive fiction, a genre which not many people know about, but which has also made a resurgence in the past few years.

Transgressive fiction is fiction that pushes the extreme edge of boundaries. Some transgressive fiction is autobiographical or actually memoir, and some falls more into the realm of crime fiction or dark satire. It’s a fascinating genre full of talented writers and if you’ve never heard of it, I do urge you to check it out. INFJs and INFPs tend to be eccentric and odd in our tastes and transgressive fiction fits the bill for that like nothing else. Continue Reading

Why Are So Many Writers Afraid of Transgressive Fiction?

I got an email from a writer the other day asking about transgressive fiction. She had seen my previous article, What It’s Like to Be a Female Author Who Writes Transgressive Fiction, and she was curious about a couple of things. Number one, she wanted to know how I fueled my ideas to write in this genre, and two, she wanted to know how I handled the reactions of my friends and family members. In particular, did any of my friends and family think I was just writing about my “twisted fantasies”? Continue Reading