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Kaylia's Twitter @Kay_Marie
March 20th - May 20th 2017: Kaylia's art show "A Year in the Valley" on display at the Fresno Gillis Branch Library and featured on the FOTL Blog.
February 2017: Kaylia returns to Community Link with article "Why I March" Cross posted at the GCV Blog.
November 2016: Kaylia hosts a writers workshop retreat. Response is positive and more workshops will be scheduled in 2017.
June 2016: Kaylia writes a limited run children's book "Maddie and the Too Many Mommies" with illustrations by Stacy McClanahan. Wide release and coming to Kindle in 2017.
October 2015: Zappcon, Kaylia moderates the "Queers in Comics" and "World Building Author Advice with Starla Huchton" panels
March 2015: FogCon, Links available for purchase
October 2014: Links is featured as part of "Local Authors Book Basket" for the Fresno LGBT Community Center Silent Auction
March 2014: FogCon, Links available for purchase, Kaylia is on a "LGBT Characters in Genre Fiction" Panel
March 2013: FogCon, Links available for purchase
March 2013:Kaylia comes in 2nd as Favorite Author in the Central Valley by Newslink
July 2012 "Angel” and “Aside” (two stories from Links) are published as kindle singles on Amazon.com
July 2012 – Present: Kaylia joins the writing staff at Blade California, a southern LGBT magazine, where she writes the “Fresno Finds” column.
May 2012 – Present: Kaylia becomes a regular contributor for the Gay Central Valley blog writing news and op-ed pieces.
December 2011 - Present: Kaylia joins the Community Alliance as a regular monthly contributor. She writes the monthly LGBTQ column.
December 2011: Kaylia’s fiction hiatus ends and she begins working on a new novel, working title: “Women of the Valley.”
October 2011: Links is made available as a e-book on both the Kindle and the Nook
May 2011 – June 2012: Kaylia’s work on the GayFresno site is regularly picked up and published in Newslink.
May 2011: Kaylia’s article “State of The Valley”, written in conjunction with Chris Jarvis, for the Community Alliance is published.
April 2011 – April 2012: Kaylia becomes a staff contributor to www.gayfresno.com She covers local events, writes op-ed pieces, and does a weekly news round-up.
February 2011: Kaylia pitches her “Queen’s Guard” and “Mirror Image” novels to agents at the San Francisco Writers Convention. Both are met with excitement.
November 2010: Kaylia leaves Santa Cruz for Fresno and goes on a brief fiction writing / promotions hiatus.
August 18, 2010: Links reviewed by the Morning Edition program at KUSP 88.9 FM
August 5, 2010: Links was chosen as a Santa Cruz Public Libraries Readers Link Staff Pick.
June 2010: Links was reviewed by ForeWord Reviews, which focuses on independently published works. Kaylia's premier work received 5 out of 5 stars!
May 2010: Kaylia was interviewed on Double Meat Podcast; go here to download and listen:http://www.doublemeatpodcast.com/?p=80.
May 16, 2010: Kaylia returned to speak with Matt and Carol on KSCO 1080 AM for Carol's 6:00 pm (PST) show.
April 24-25, 2010: Links features as one of the raffle prizes for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake event in Santa Cruz, CA.
April 11, 2010: Kaylia joined Matt and Carol on KSCO 1080 AM for a discussion on skepticism during Carol's 6:00 pm (PST) show.
November 13, 2009: Book signing and author meet and greet at the Santa Cruz Coffee Roasting Company.
November 7, 2009: Kaylia returned to Good Day Sacramento to promote Links. She appeared at the top of the 8:00am hour PST. Watch the clip here on Kaylia's Blog.
October 31, 2009: Links was featured in Sasha Pixlee's podcast Sasha's Den of Iniquity and is available to download.
October 15, 2009: Links available to purchase directly from the author.
October 7, 2009: Release date of Links, available for purchase on Amazon.com and the publishers site.
September 15, 2009: Last date to be entered into drawing for free autographed edition.
July 25, 2009: Kaylia's first appearance on the morning news show, Good Day Sacramento, which airs from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. PST. Watch the clip on YouTube.