We’re partnering with Strand Bookstore in New York City to host another round of Queer Ladies Speed Dating, right in time for the holidays! Our own Gabby and Katrina will be hosting!
It evokes the feeling of sitting with your friend at night, sipping red wine and looking in their sketchbook. This looks amazing, you’d say. And you’d mean it and the moment would feel extraordinarily intimate because you feel like these drawings are only for you.
And! Because I’m the one doing the book club, I have a bit of an added element. There is a drink recipe in here, folks!
We want to hook two commenters up with copies of Julie Maroh’s graphic novel, Blue is the Warmest Color!
Maybe my mom was onto something. Maybe family really is everything, so long as you build it yourself.
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 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.
Canary, a debut collection of queerish short stories from Nancy Jo Cullen, is all about the everyday. And the weird.
This edition is FULL OF TREASURES. Ali and I read two books and asked ten(ish) questions to poet, writer, and die-hard dyke Ali Liebegott for you. Also, many dog photos!
The 50 most essential queer books coming this fall.
There is a time and a place for great literature. This isn’t it.
Thirty years later the “Gay Liberation Front Manifesto” goals remain revolutionary. The same can be said about “Sexo y Revolución.”
Felicia Day, Hannah Hart, and your other favorite geek girls are talking about Tipping the Velvet!
“When one of my lovers said that she wished she had an instruction manual for my body, I took that and responded to it pretty literally.”
“Being an activist leader brought dozens of women to my bed,” Córdova recalls. “Power seemed to attract people, and my political life put me at the center of the action.”
Even though we’re dealing with robots, dragons and multiple dimensions, Decrypting Rita is fundamentally about queer nerds.
Some have criticized Tarttelin’s protagonist as being unbelievably undisturbed and mainstream, but as someone who actually is intersex, I found his character so believable that I thought for a minute she might have modeled him after me!