TW: This book deals explicitly with homophobic violence, which I’ll be discussing below. Damn. Damn, this book wrecked me. I read The Grief Keeper as the group…… Read more “The Gremlin’s Library: The Grief Keeper by Alexandra Villasante”
TW: discussion of homophobia, the AIDS epidemic, sexual assault (briefly) and sex. It feels like I’ve written about, ranted about and tweeted about this topic thousands of…… Read more “Going from Yaoi to M/M: Writing Queer Male Relationships With Respect”
It’s Latinx Heritage Month, and there’s a book bingo going on which means – I’m reading the heck out of some Latinx books! I can’t remember how…… Read more “Blanca & Roja by Anna-Marie McLemore”
Ever since Lord of the Rings came out – and even more since the advent of Dungeons and Dragons – fantasy has been struggling with an identity…… Read more “Review: Two Dark Moons by Avi Silver”
Something I may have mentioned before is that I’m very, very bad at e-reading. I can do it for short works, and I edit on a computer,…… Read more “Robins in the Night – First Chapter Thoughts”
Webcomics come in all colors, and Melissa Capriglione and Clara W.’s collaboration project Falconhyrste is a dazzling array of them. From bright blues and pinks to a diverse set… Read more "INTERVIEW: Melissa Capriglione and Clara W. on Falconhyrste [LINK]"
Ever since 2012, there’s been a dramatic shift when it comes to queer characters – there’s slowly more and more of them in TV shows, movies, books,…… Read more “Queer Characters in Jeph Jacques’ QUESTIONABLE CONTENT [Link]”