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Review: “Dead Ringer” by Heidi Belleau & Sam Schooler

This book did some things very well. There are no control-freaks disguised as alpha-males. In fact, there are no alpha-males at all which is...

Review: “The Burnt Toast B&B” by Heidi Belleau & Rachel Haimowitz

Okay, let’s get this out of the way. Yes, that cover is bloody atrocious. It’s the kind of bad romance cover people who don’t...

Review: “Myth and Magic: Queer Fairy Tales”

Trigger Warning for mentions of rape. Review: Myth and Magic offers gay and lesbian reinterpretations of a variety of well-known fairy tales. Some stories are almost identical...

Review: “Not Otherwise Specified” by Hannah Moskowitz

I’ve long held the opinion that Hannah Moskowitz is, if not the best writer in YA, then certainly the most criminally underrated. With a...

Review: “Liesmith” by Alis Franklin

It can be awkward, being a modern day Heathen reading someone else's ideas of your Gods. Most of the time the interpretations of my...

Review: The Wind City by Summer Wigmore

Wellington. The wind city. New Zealand’s home of art and culture, but darker forces, forgotten forces, are starting to reappear. Aotearoa’s displaced iwi atua...

Review: Great by Sara Benincasa

Everyone loves a good scandal. Naomi Rye usually dreads spending the summer with her socialite mother at her East Hampton home. And this year...

Dead Lesbians Versus None At All: A Brief History of Lesbian...

There’s a moment in the documentary The Celluloid Closet, an exploration of the exclusion, persecution and representation of gay and lesbian individuals in Hollywood...

New Deal: Carrie Mesrobian’s two new books

Alexandra Cooper at HarperTeen has acquired the next two novels from Sex & Violence author Carrie Mesrobian. The as-yet untitled books will continue in...

Tragic Gay Fatigue

I make it no secret that I'm not straight. I knew since I was twelve that I liked girls in the exact way I...