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He could hear them yelling behind him, begging him to slow down but he ignored them. If anything their shouts only spurred him to run all the faster, especially as Shiran  2,981 more words

Book Review: The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by MacKenzi Lee

Let me start off by saying The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue is a really incredible, fresh, fierce, fun book. Henry “Monty” Montague, son of an earl, and his best friend Percy, a light skinned, orphaned nephew of a member of the Admiralty Court (something that just means upper class and fancy in my understanding) are gallivanting across Europe for their last grand hurrah before they are expected to return to Cheshire as grown men and settle into stable lives. 1,254 more words



I am Listening.

His lungs seized, desperate for him to breathe but he struggled to remember how as the sense that he wasn’t supposed to be witness to what was happening danced up his spine and sank claws into the base of his skull. 3,376 more words

A Review of The Kissing Booth Girl and Other Stories by A.C. Wise

The characters of A.C. Wise‘s stories in The Kissing Booth Girl (Lethe Press, 2016) are outsiders, every one of them. Some have secrets and hide in plain sight, others have secrets and couldn’t hide if they tried. 383 more words


Story Fragment: LAPPING WATER (2)

Another piece of this story, about a teenage boy’s phantasmal, frightening first sexual experience in a small town. To read the first segment, click here.  503 more words



Little was known by the Dhaoinic races about Others.

Some thought they were spirits, left overs of a Self that wasn’t able to pass on entirely.  4,742 more words

Celebrating Works of Queer Fiction

In trying and discriminatory times, queer literature can portray lives and loves that might otherwise be forced to remain invisible. Stories written by or for the LGBTQ community are, of course, just as varied as ‘heterosexual fiction’. 313 more words