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Rose Fox
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  • rosefox@livejournal.com
  • r0sef0x AIM status
  • rosefox@jabber.com
  • rosejasperfox@gmail.com
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In case of emergency, my contact information, photos, description, next of kin, etc. are given in this entry dated 1999/01/01. This journal entry is currently on my "Dearest" filter. I hereby give full and complete permission for any LiveJournal user on that filter and/or any LiveJournal administrator to access and use this information to ensure my safety or search for me if I am missing. Please see this entry for why I've done this.



If you're looking for background information about anything I've posted, it's probably contained in this paragraph:

My legal name is Rose Jasper Fox. It's not the name I was born with, though my first name has always been Rose. Depending on what time of day you catch me, I'm a book reviews editor and blogger for Publishers Weekly (handling reviews of science fiction, fantasy, horror, romance, and erotica titles), a freelance book editor, a cook, a craftsperson, a dancer, a puzzle addict, a convention organizer, and a voracious and extremely picky reader. My father is a British-born atheist science fiction writer, journalist, and inventor living in Arizona, and my mother is a Connecticut-born Jewish author and caterer living in New York. I'm a lot like both of them. I love a lot of people. I'm queer and genderqueer. I live with my spouses, sinboy and the_xtina, in Brooklyn. We have four cats, five laptops, and about four thousand books. I have been writing about 200,000 words a year in my LJ since March 2001 and show no signs of slowing.



footnote 1

"who I am" memories
"man rosefox" memories
"mind.wiring" tag
"mind.faq" tag
"mind.psa" tag

general policies
'friends' list policy and filters

Elsewhere:
My freelance editing website
Long Hidden, an anthology I co-edited with Daniel José Older for Crossed Genres
OkCupid
Flickr
BoxedUp
Ravelry
Twitter

--
I write because I don't know what I think until I read what I say.
--Flannery O'Connor

these terrible
conflicts are always
presenting themselves
to the artist
the eternal struggle
between art and life archy
is something fierce
my what a dramatic life i have lived
one moment up the next
moment down again
but always gay archy always gay
and always the lady too
in spite of hell
--Mehitabel the cat, via Don Marquis

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