Appearances and Booking

Appearances and Booking
If you would like to interview Amelia G for your television show, radio program, or magazine, please send press queries to press@blueblood.com. If you are an editor who would like to publish Amelia G's writing and/or photography, please email amelia@blueblood.net with information on your project and your guidelines. If you are a prospective client interested in hiring Amelia G and Forrest Black for non-editorial photo work, please email submit@blueblood.net with information on your project including usage, budget, preferred location, setting, desired look, and whether you will require assistance with makeup, hair, or styling. If you are a company looking to have Amelia G package the content for a book, magazine, or web site, please email amelia@blueblood.net with a ballpark budget and general specs of what you are seeking. To invite Amelia G to your convention or other event, please contact submit@blueblood.net and press@blueblood.com with information on what your event is about, its expected size, what you are offering, and whether you are requesting that Amelia G be a panelist on existing programming, create a custom presentation, or set up a location photography studio media sponsorship, or whatever you feel your attendees would most enjoy. If you would like to be interviewed by Amelia G, please send press releases to submit@blueblood.net. If you would like to submit photography or would like to model for Blue Blood, you can submit to Amelia G via the form at BlueBloodPhoto.com. Please see below for a couple of print interviews with Amelia G and a very quick video to give you a sense of what she is like in person. kellie laplegua interviews amelia gKellie LaPlegua starts off this feature interview with Amelia G for Vampire Freaks saying, "Chances are, you are already familiar with the work of Amelia G and Forrest Black, even if you don’t know it. You could throw a rock at any magazine stand and hit one they have shot for. Their own magazine, Blue Blood, has been out of print now for many years, but their home on the web is still going strong. Amelia has been writing for and photographing alternative lifestyles since the 80s. She is an expert on all things underground, fun, and spooky. MTV, the New York Times, and countless other organizations have called upon her expertise when doing stories on subjects such as Vampires, Gothic culture, and dark erotica. Aside from this interview, I first met Amelia and Forrest at a comic convention in the late 90s. I was a little too shy to approach them with the idea of working with them at the time; and it was a total shock to me when Amelia contacted me in 2003 asking if I would like to be a part of the Blue Blood family. We have been working together since 2004. They really believe in what they are doing, and they make it fun while doing it . . . (Read the whole Amelia G interview PDF) rachel kramer bussel interviews amelia gRachel Kramer Bussel starts off this feature interview with Amelia G for Penthouse saying, "Since bursting on the scene in 1992 with “counterculture lifestyle magazine” Blue Blood, Amelia G’s name has become synonymous with fetish/punk erotica, merging the sexual elements of her Gothinspired music scene and creating a precursor to today’s burgeoning altporn output. Along with photographer Forrest Black, she currently runs the BlueBlood.com portal, which includes BlueBlood.net, GothicSluts.com, BarelyEvil.com, and RubberDollies.com, and covers a wide range of fetishes, offering photo galleries, bulletin boards, erotic fiction, personal essays, and more. Here, the outspoken writer and editor explores issues of sexual identity, whether women are as kinky as men, and reclaiming your inner slut . . . (Read the whole Amelia G interview PDF)