Lez Liberty Lit: Let’s Loiter

It’s ok not to remember everything that you read, a new fund for Black creatives, and what is it like to explore childhood horror through the lens of queer adulthood?

Lesbians! They’re Evergreen

In 2012, a Condé Nast website called style.com published an article with the headline: “IS LESBIAN CHIC HERE TO STAY?” In this thrilling piece of supposed journalism, the writer remarked, “Lesbians! They’re everywhere.”

The Drop: Jenna Wortham and Kimberly Drew’s “Black Futures” Is a Triumphant Celebration of Black Voices and Black Innovation

Black people are the future, creating some of the most beautiful and challenging art we have seen, forging a way out of the past while being entirely cognizant of it. As the editors state in the introduction, time is not linear, we are always in conversation with the past, present, and future. Black Futures as a collection is keenly aware of this.

“Detransition, Baby” Is a Book For Trans Women — The Rest of You Are Lucky to Read It

“The truth is I don’t know how to review Detransition, Baby. Torrey was too successful in what she set out to accomplish. If trans women have been and remain her primary audience then I, a trans woman, don’t know what to say from a place of supposed objectivity. The fact that this is not a PDF free on her website but a hardcover book garnering an immense amount of buzz fills me with a joy I can explain and a terror I cannot.”

Getting to an Imperfect, Queer Center: Interview with Marlee Grace

“The goal, especially in 2020, has not been to feel better or feel my best, but it’s to feel less shitty than I did five minutes ago.” Marlee Grace’s Getting to Center is the tender, lesbian self-help book to start this year off right. We interview her about the book, internet addiction, higher powers, and the moon’s creative potential.