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Pakheme and the Doctor's Diagnosis

The young man and adult woman walked through the scarlet curtain and into the doctor’s home. The young man expected it to be darker and dimmer than it was, but found that there was a large block of milky crystal embedded at an angle where it could catch the light from another milky crystal block just over the doorway exposed to the sun. 502 more words


Review: No Limit by Holly Childs

The blurb of No Limit (2014) says it’s told in “sugar-rush prose” and this sums it up pretty well. This is a novella that kind of reads like you’re browsing the internet. 317 more words

Queer Fiction

Queermance vol. one

Hey peeps, I have a new story out! How exciting. From the 21st to the 23rd of March, the very first Queermance writers conference was held and it was pretty fab. 136 more words

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The Gates of Hell -- Generalplan Suden

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A dark, moving debut: in conversation with Andrea Routley

Andrea Routley is a busy woman. In addition to editing Plenitude, Canada’s queer literary magazine, working as a publicist at Caitlin Press, and making music as part of… 1,757 more words