Review: Girl with the Red Balloon

After seeing it on my timeline consistently, I finally got the chance to take Katherine Locke's The Girl with the Red Balloon out of the library. As somebody reconnecting with a Jewish heritage I never got to learn about, I was pretty excited, but I didn't know much about what to expect. What I got was haunting, gorgeous … Continue reading Review: Girl with the Red Balloon

Review: David Bowie Made Me Gay

Despite the surge in interest in the last decade, LGBT/queer history is still understudied - and what is studied is often consigned to theses, academic journals or half-deserted blogs, shouting out into a void. It's hard to change the conception of queerness as a rare and recent thing. That's why I was thrilled to run … Continue reading Review: David Bowie Made Me Gay

Review: Heretic’s Guide to Homecoming by Sienna Tristen

Mental health representation is incredibly important to me; I write it into my stories because I didn't see enough of it growing up, and when books do it right, I sing their praises because it is such a relief not to feel like a monster for once. So when I say that Heretic's Guide to Homecoming is one of … Continue reading Review: Heretic’s Guide to Homecoming by Sienna Tristen