Topics include Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Cinnabons, mugshots online, young women in porn, Norman Rockwell, Nina Simone, “white girls” and so much more!
This week in lit: YA novels with trans* characters and authors, Canadians winning everything, grammar games, dinosaur erotica and more.
Topics include Dave Chapelle, Ryan Murphy, cities for women, Second Life, 4-chan camgirls, journalism internships, participatory television and more!
Inside Year of the Mermaid is Ashley’s story. And it’s eerie how similar it sounds to yours.
Lo is that girl you had a secret crush on in high school, the one who could skate and wore baggy shorts. And with everything she goes through, you genuinely care about her.
Two queer comic professionals are starting a brand-spanking new anthology of Science Fiction and Fantasy comics featuring queer characters and stories. And the best part is, they’re looking for contributions from people like you!
Topics include dead malls, Mary Gaitskill, fear of clowns, Space Jam, teenage girls on social media, dead malls, ‘Real Life’ and so much more!
This week in lit: reading apps, Beowulf, diversity, that guy who doesn’t teach books by women or queer people and the end of the world.
Basically, this book is one big giant sex-ed zine, but it’s a book.
Topics include a face transplant, Janelle Monae, business school, Jodie Foster, mattresses, the men who brought 9/11 home, letters to the editor, last meals, writing advice from Rick Bass and moar!
Topics include SF’s highest-paid call girl, Brownsville, selfies, Aaron Carter, Leif Garrett’s online fandom, love, gentrification, HIV and male power, bartending and moar!
This week in queer lit: women winning prizes, discussions about diversity, library-related crises, an excerpt from Sarah Schulman’s “After Dolores” and more.
Topics include Detroit, leaving New York, the illegal online network for discarding unwanted adopted children, toxic hair straightening, bikini waxing, airport security, The O.C., racism, hockey journalism, The History Channel and moar!
Two years after writing that “a woman’s opinion is the miniskirt of the internet,” Laurie Penny is in no shortage of them in her latest mini-book.
Topics include Claire Danes, missionary/colonialist collectors, the death of Kendrick Johnson in Georgia, the Lusty Lady, Gone Girl, Thomas Pynchon, growing up Chinese in America and more!
Vintage comics, the Scholastic Reading Club, forgotten words, international bookstore porn, intersectionality and more.
Canary, a debut collection of queerish short stories from Nancy Jo Cullen, is all about the everyday. And the weird.
You know, like Disney Adventures and Dolly Magazine and Stone Soup and all those other radical rags! Circa 1988-1992!