This week in lit: trans* poetry, finding Waldo, reviewing books in GIFs, Doris Lessing, closeted characters, riese reads “the circle” and more.
This week in lit news: reports that novels may or may not be dead have been exaggerated, the animated history of the English language, “Love Cake” and more.
This week in lit: creepy books to read while we’re all still obsessed with Halloween, 10 years of queer YA, Emily Dickinson, “City of Night” and more.
This week in lit: YA novels with trans* characters and authors, Canadians winning everything, grammar games, dinosaur erotica and 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.
This week in queer lit: women winning prizes, discussions about diversity, library-related crises, an excerpt from Sarah Schulman’s “After Dolores” and more.
Vintage comics, the Scholastic Reading Club, forgotten words, international bookstore porn, intersectionality and more.
This week in lit: bookshelfies, queer superhero power couples, Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution, a pop-culture feminist syllabus and more.
The 50 most essential queer books coming this fall.
qu.ee/r Magazine is a brand spanking new literary magazine accepting fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and visual art submissions both for their first issue titled “The Call to Adventure” and year-round!
The books of Orange is the New Black, diversity in kids’ books, heroic librarians, subtle ways of convincing those around you to read your favorite childhood novels and more.
This week in lit links: book-inspired ice cream, why “women’s stories” aren’t the same as stories about women’s lives, writing gay YA in Russia and more.
Queer comics, a zine pop-up shop, new books to read, Judy Blume and more.
Queer book recommendations, oral histories, poet-prostitute profiles, if Gertrude Stein reviewed beer and more.
Where to find queer books to read, starting books but not finishing them, perceived gender, 1984 and more.
This year’s Lambda Award winners were announced yesterday evening.
In this edition of Lez Liberty Lit: the best literary cocktails, reading and forgetting, remembering the queer dead and more.
An excerpt from Michelle Tea’s new novel, chicken lit is the new chick lit, library lesbianism, sexism in publishing and more.