Doing everything they can to promote Queerly Beloved, Diane and Jacob arrived at the NLGJA (National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association) LA Exclusive fundraiser with copies of their memoir in tow. Three hours of smoozing and boozing later, they had told their stor...
Queerly Beloved is "packed with gender insights and plenty of drama," writes Rachel Kramer Bussel in a piece on Slate.com titled, "The Secret to Staying Happily Married During and After a Gender Transition."
Diane and Jacob Anderson-Minshall speak to Katrina Fox of The Scavenger about Queerly Beloved, surviving a gender transition, secrets to their 23-year partnership and being co-conspirators in life and love. Read the full story.
At the 2014 Saints and Sinners Literary Festival in New Orleans, Diane and Jacob Anderson-Minshall sat on a panel about memoir writing. In this video clip the couple describe the story behind Queerly Beloved, and talk about what sets the book apart from other memoirs.
In 2013, Eric Andrews-Katz interviewed Diane and Jacob Anderson-Minshall for the Seattle Gay News. The couple talked about writing Queerly Beloved, and how their relationship--and identities--changed when Jacob transitioned from a lesbian to a trans guy.