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September 2020: Kaylia launches KMMA Media Podcasting Network.
August 2020: Kaylia begins to produce the Ghosthropology Podcast.
May 2019: Kaylia was a judge in the Annual Fresno Library Poetry Contest. and preformed a freading at the ceremony.
March 2019: Kaylia was at FogCon again rubbing elbows with Becky Chambers and Karen Joy Fowler.
February 2019: Kaylia sold copies of Links at the BlenderCon Mall Showcase in Fresno, CA.
November 2018: Pages and Popcorn Podcast launches. Kaylia is the writer, host, and producer of this bi-weekly (mostly) podcast about movies based on books.
November 4th 2017, “Links” available for sale at the Fresno UU Craft Show.
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
December 2011 – June2013 : 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.
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.