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JP Seabright captures the excitement and ‘gay abandon’ of queer love in ‘Life’s A Butch’ and treats us to a selection of gorgeous visual poems and collages from their upcoming collection, An Attempt At Exhausting An Undergraduate Essay.
Read More “Life’s A Butch & extracts from An Attempt At Exhausting An Undergraduate Essay by JP Seabright”
Anna Kate Blair talks to author Sara Jaffe about why Dryland is an anti-coming-out novel, writers who have influenced her work, being published by the Queer UK-based Independent publisher Cipher Press, leaning into the awkwardness of writing about adolescence, music and much more.
Read More “Interview with author Sara Jaffe: ‘I wanted to think about queerness in a really close and experiential way that precedes a coming-out moment’”
Dancing milkmaids surround Krishna, but it’s not the Hindu deity they’re excited to be around. In Basudhara Roy’s gorgeous and erotically tinged poem, bodies undress and dissolve to the music of their own longing.
Read More “‘Lalita Speaks’ by Basudhara Roy”
In this gorgeously giddy piece, Jess Moody revels in the queer aestheticism and poetic freedom of Michael Field’s Works and Days.
Read More “‘Writing Michael with You’ by Jess Moody”
Niven Govinden’s latest novel, Diary of a Film, is a love letter to the art of cinema, a sensuous portrayal of the relationships occurring behind the camera as well as on-screen.
Read More “Diary of a Film by Niven Govinden – a ‘skin to eye’ portrait of queer love, cinema and la dolce vita”