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A Letter To A Friend

We haven’t been friends all that long really. A couple of months. But there’s something about you that grabs my attention. There’s something about the way you talk and the way you think that makes me get comfortable and open my ears. 397 more words


If you were to recommend one piece of media pertaining to LGBT+ History or even just the lives of LGBT+ people in general to someone who knows nothing about it and may even have little interest in it, what would it be? 804 more words


ARC Review: Breaking Down Her Walls by Erin Zak

TITLE: Breaking Down Her Walls

AUTHOR: Erin Zak

PUBLICATION DATE: December 11th, 2018

GENRE: LGBTQ+, Romance, Contemporary, Adult

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Domestic abuse mention

Leaving is what Julia Finch does best. 414 more words


Consumed Part 5

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The next morning came too soon. Taylor’s cat was pawing at her face, encouraging her to get up and feed her. Taylor growled at the cat and demanded she bring her coffee. 3,183 more words


Just figuring stuff out in my head out loud is all

Okay. So apparently I’m a writer? Uh….yeah. Who knew, right?

Oh, I didn’t say I was a good one or anything, it’s just a thing I do. 1,347 more words


Königsdorf, Helga. Ungelegener Befund (Berlin: Aufbau, 1990)

Königsdorf, known most of all for her first work of short monologues, Meine ungehörigen Träume (1978), produced one of the few fictional works in the GDR to deal with the subject of same-sex desire. 78 more words


Sulzer, Alain Claude. Aus den Fugen: Roman (Cologne: Kiepenheuer & Witsch, 2012)

The Swiss writer Sulzer’s novel Aus den Fugen focuses around a performance by a concert pianist of Beethoven’s ‘Hammerklavier’ sonata that breaks off midway. Refusing the drive to resolution that musicologists have described in Beethoven’s music, the novel also shows characters’ identities and relationships being challenged and reformulated around this moment of musical incompletion. 19 more words