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Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Writing: Your (Nerdy) Lit News Round Up! by Emily Ramser

With all kinds of Comic Cons going on this summer, it’s not surprising that a lot of the writing news right now is kind of wonderfully nerdy. 536 more words

Literary News

Queer Classics: A Single Man by Christopher Isherwood.

A Single Man follows a day in the life of George Falconer, a middle-aged gay Englishman, living in LA, who has lost his lover. The story follows George through ordinary scenes of his working life in the local university, to the death bed of his late partner’s one time lover, to night swimming on a local beach. 305 more words

Queer Book Club: Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire

This was July’s chosen read for the queer book club I joined, and I’m really glad it was. Every Heart a Doorway is a YA novella. 828 more words

The Evolution of Paper Dolls

Six months ago I was still looking for something. As a writer I’d never made it very far with a novel. I was stuck in the land of fanfic and short stories but I had a feeling. 282 more words


Queer Book Club: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

I realise everyone else has already read this book, and I’m slow off the mark, but I thought I’d review it anyway.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda… 312 more words

Chapter 18 - Sleep

If there is sound in the world, it is not here. If there is air in the room, I cannot breathe it. Mum is sitting up—she is smiling—she is alive. 3,818 more words

The Nightmares Of Under-London

Queer Classics: Orlando by Virginia Woolf

My second queer classics review, and first genderfuck Friday. In celebration of creatively messing around with gender, I thought I’d review Woolf’s Orlando, as it’s one of my favourite books. 236 more words