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Rosanne Robertson’s Subterrane uses both the ruggedness and fluidity of the West Cornish coastline to celebrate the beauty of queer bodies and gender non-conformity, writes Catherine Howe.
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In this striking essay, Selin Genc reviews Ewa Majewska’s ‘Feminist Antifascism’, and considers Majewska’s inspirational arguments for a “flexible, inclusive and inventive” feminism in the context of recent events in Turkey.
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Saskia Vogel’s beautifully written debut, Permission, is about sex, power, and, yes, BDSM. But it’s also about grief, belonging and the healing that comes from such intimacy, writes our guest editor Elodie Rose Barnes.
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Dancer, singer, actress, activist and spy: Josephine Baker took both the stage and lectern by storm, as beautifully and boldly conceived in Catel and Bocquet’s graphic novel. But when it comes to her queer relationships they’re decidedly silent, writes our reviewer Gabriela Frost.
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