Character Interview:: Cal from City of Betrayal

Hello, dear readers! Today I would like to introduce you to one of my favorite characters from Claudie Arseneault’s City of Strife, which I reviewed here and soon-to-be-released City of Betrayal. I previously interviewed Larryn, and now I’m bringing you one of the other most central characters to this tale! Cal is, quite frankly, a delight, which is why…

Review:: Peter Darling by Austin Chant

Ten years ago, Peter Pan left Neverland to grow up, leaving behind his adolescent dreams of boyhood and resigning himself to life as Wendy Darling. Growing up, however, has only made him realize how inescapable his identity as a man is.But when he returns to Neverland in Peter Darling, everything has changed. The Lost Boys…

Author Interview: Kaelan Rhywiol

Today I’m thrilled to introduce Kaelan Rhywiol, a queer, autistic self published author that you might adore. I know I do! Kaelan was born and raised in upstate NY, in the Adirondack mountains. Xie started writing when xie turned 11 and hasn’t ever stopped as evidenced by the massive amount of notebooks and digital files…

Favorite Queer Books for Pride

June is Pride Month, which means that us queer folk are supposed to gather together, which has not been the case at all this year on Twitter. Frankly, it’s been a shitshow, so I thought I’d do some aesthetics of queer books that I’ve loved in the last year! Timekeeper by Tara Sim I had…

Author Interview:: LJ Hamlin

Hello, dear readers! Welcome back to my author interviews! Today I’d like to introduce you to LJ Hamlin, yet another twitter friend, who is a wonderful author who has several books coming out through Less than Three Press. LJ is a disabled queer writer in her late twenties, she loves writing all kinds of different…

Review:: Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee

After a shout-out from one of the Internet’s superstar vloggers, Natasha “Tash” Zelenka finds herself and her obscure, amateur web series, Unhappy Families, thrust into the limelight: She’s gone viral in Tash Hearts Tolstoy. Her show is a modern adaptation of Anna Karenina—written by Tash’s literary love Count Lev Nikolayevich “Leo” Tolstoy. Tash is a fan of…