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Weekend Rec: The Lonely Hearts Hotel by Heather O'Neill

Here we are heading toward the first weekend of the new year.  What better way to settle in for 2018 than with a good book, right?  It’s the perfect way to start the year off on a good foot.  For


Writer and Director Luca Guadagnino Reflects on ‘Call Me By Your Name’

Luca Guadagnino, director of the 2017 film "Call Me By Your Name," reflects on his experience in making the film, and shares his feelings on the end result.


Power in the Page: 8 Books About Fierce Queer Women to Read Now

A complete list of queer women’s literature is too much for one list. So, here are some of our favorites. Any of these books is a great place to start. 


Butterfly World: Tony-winning Playwright David Henry Hwang Returns

We take a look at the life and experiences of Tony-winning playwright David Henry Hwang to celebrate the return of M. Butterfly to Broadway.


Trick of the Trope: Writing A Queer Romance That Shatters Norms

Santino Hassell offers some insight on writing a queer romance novel that isn't problematic, and subverting the norms of the romance genre altogether.


The Monster LGBTQ Readers See in Stephen King’s ‘It’

Stephen King’s ‘It’ offers a particular horror for LGBTQ readers – and it’s not hiding behind pancake makeup or in a sewer.