Tag Archives: LGBTQ literature

Review: Stop being all romantic and weird and getting trashed, Batman.

I heard Imogen Binnie read at Little Sisters as part of her promotional tour for Nevada, her first novel, published by Topside Press. During the reading she talked about how her intended audience was trans women. I wanted to start by clarifying my position as a queer cis man, outside of her intended audience, which… Read More

Review: Kicking over the television.

Queers can be dangerous, but the definition of that “danger” is fluid. I’ve recently finished reading The Complete Lockpick Pornography, the updated version of Joey Comeau’s first novella that includes a second, thematic sequel. Comeau is one-half of the duo that produces the webcomic A Softer World, and it was interesting to see how he… Read More