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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.


From James Baldwin to Rita Mae Brown: 11 Champions of Gay Rights

In honor of Pride Month, we're taking a look at writers and poets who used their work, life, and influence to be a voice for gay rights and LGBT advocacy.


‘Kill her, Mommy! Kill her!’: A Queer Take on ‘Friday the 13th’

Nick White, author of How to Survive a Summer, looks back on watching the 1980 version of 'Friday the 13th' with his mother, and the film's queerness.


This Collection of Letters Offers Help, Strength in Times of Political Unrest

Award-winning novelist Carolina de Robertis discusses her most recent literary effort, Radical Hope: Letters of Love and Dissent in Dangerous Times.


Listen: Garrard Conley on Gay Conversion Therapy as a Teen

Garrard Conley's memoir, Boy Erased, touches upon his experiences as a teenager undergoing gay conversion therapy in small-town Arkansas.