Is there a difference between drive and fear? Where are the abortion memoirs? What fall books should you definitely read?
Topics include BH90210, the cost of Amazon’s next-day delivery, Joe Exotic’s giant tiger zoo, Marianne Williamson, college admissions, lesbian bars, working at Trump Soho and more!
Orphan Black’s story continues in a new medium, jumping in right away with updates about Cosima and Delphine.
Eight excellent fantasy novels with trans main characters coming your way!
Whether or not you’ve read Grease Bats, or PURCHASED THE GREASE BATS BOOK that just came out, you’ll probably find one of the crew who’s your comic character alter ego. Want to find out which one? Take this quiz!
It’s hard to overstate how much I loved this book and how much I think you will, too.
Topics include my favorite TV show Are You The One?, crossword puzzles, air conditioning, an online public meltdown, dooce, swimming, How Things Are at Deadspin, pregnancy, Bumble and so much more!
Why likability is a lie, a new edition of Colonize This!, the publisher reissuing queer genre fiction from the 60s to 90s, abandoning books and more.
Whether your thing is queer girl YA inspired by Greek mythology, groundbreaking poetry collections, challenging and mind-expanding critical nonfiction on art, power, illness or design, or weird and dynamic short fiction, this fall brings you some new titles you won’t be able to stop thinking about.
Silently reading en masse, language and citizenship, writers remembering Toni Morrison and more.
Topics include the consolations of the mask, who the actual “founding fathers” are, the unexpected perils of asynchronous communication, a romantic investment in bohemia, company culture as per a crisis inside Google and the tyranny of structurelessness and many other concepts of interest to me and maybe also to you!
Maybe that’s why black women love Toni Morrison. She laid bare the kind of secrets that we barely even whispered to each other, the shames that we buried underneath our quick tongues and sisterhood hugs and fashion slays. She wrote for us, and for that she is ours.
Did you love My Favorite Thing Is Monsters by Emil Ferris? Here are 8 more queer graphic novels with mind-blowing art and dark themes.
Topics include the women who are obsessed with true crime (ahem), “bad teeth,” a very bad doctor, Jia Tolentino, Mic, migrant detention centers, Mariah Carey and so much more!
Topics include the uncanny valley of online dating, the explosion of streaming TV, white privilege, weddings, the influencers of Byron Bay, Buffalo Wild Wings as a secret gay bar, BDSM and so much more!
YA trans literature, a new national Canadian literature by women, how to evaluate what you see and hear and more.
Are you a regular adult human queer person, or have you been the fictional tomboy heroine of a beloved fantasy series this whole time? Only one way to find out.
8 great YA books with lesbian main characters who are dealing with drama not related to coming out, homophobia, or anything related to their sexuality!
Topics include Babe dot net, The Pioneer Woman, Judge Judy, queer food, GoFundMe healthcare, clapping back, Cooking: Why?, untying the knot at her throat and so much more!
Feeling like a stranger in your body, on M.F.K. Fisher and joy in eating and writing, beach reads and more.