This book edited by Magali Guilbault Fitzbay and discussing the different strategies of inclusive, feminist, and nonbinary writing is exceptional and gets my very strong recommendation!
"So we've chosen to call ourselves queer. Using "queer" is a way of reminding us how we are perceived by the rest of the world." (Queers Read This, June 1990)
A round-up of some of the research done over the past months on feudalism, knights, tournaments, and queer & trans people throughout the so-called Middle Ages (mostly).
A stream-of-consciousness exploration of my recent dive into Western sapphic romance fanfiction/novels.
After reading Anna Burke’s lesbian spin on the tale of Robin Hood, I decided to tackle her lesbian spin on Beauty and the Beast, Thorn.
I love gender-twisty retellings of familiar stories!
This summer I read CL Polk's Witchmark, Tamsyn Muir's Gideon The Ninth, and Lindsay Ellis' Axiom's End. Here are my first impressions!
This month's edition of #DrinkTeaReadBooks features some pu'er-fuelled ramblings prompted by a recent reading of Alan Moore's "Watchmen" and Kat Verhoeven's "Meat and Bone".
Leif and I were taking advantage of the sun in La Fontaine park when we stumbled upon the Festival BD de Montréal. So here are the 5 BDs that I found on Saturday!
It's the journey, and not the destination, that counts — even when one is on a ship like the Wayfarer, whose job is to punch stable wormholes through the fabric of space-time.
On a bright, late April day, Squinky walked up to the third floor of a typical Plateau triplex and rang the bell. I put on a kettle and made a pot of jasmine