Robins in the Night – First Chapter Thoughts

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, but Kindles, Kobos, ebooks - they're not something that I use often. However, from a practical standpoint, physical books are more expensive, they're often unwieldy, and they take … Continue reading Robins in the Night – First Chapter Thoughts

INTERVIEW: Melissa Capriglione and Clara W. on Falconhyrste [LINK]

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 of skin tones and vibrant expressions, the fantasy webcomic makes a point of popping off the page. Falconhyrste (started in 2015) follows a young trans boy Cei in his … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Melissa Capriglione and Clara W. on Falconhyrste [LINK]

Queer Characters in Jeph Jacques’ QUESTIONABLE CONTENT [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, but most prominently in webcomics. However, for some fans, the question arises – how many queer characters is too many? What’s ‘believable’ for a single creative work? Jeph … Continue reading Queer Characters in Jeph Jacques’ QUESTIONABLE CONTENT [Link]