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Big News: No More Patreon

Hi everyone! I’ve made the hard decision to cancel my Patreon account, effective immediately. As I’m sure some of you have noticed, my posts have been few and far between lately, and I’m very sorry for that! At the end … Continue reading

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“I didn’t mean to become an I”: A Review of Trish Salah’s Poetry Collection LYRIC SEXOLOGY VOL 1

Once again, Trish Salah has written a collection of poetry that somehow manages to make old, familiar topics—this time: the self—brand new. She also again somehow made me feel like I was getting smarter every minute I was reading the … Continue reading

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The Best (Mostly Queer) Books I Read in 2017

I recently published a lengthy post reviewing my 2017 year in books, but I thought my top eight deserved a post all to themselves. Here are my absolute favourite books that I read last year (many published in 2017, but … Continue reading

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October Patreon Update: We Hit the $100 Milestone!

Happy October and happy Halloween, my favourite holiday! This is by far my most belated update, and for that I am sorry! I do realize October is almost over and yet here I am posting the update I usually do … Continue reading

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Five to Follow – LGBTQ Book Blogs You Should be Following

If you’re looking for great recommendations to share with your patrons, add to your collection, or simply enjoy yourself, book blogs are a fantastic resource to explore. Here are just a handful of the many amazing LGBTQ-themed book blogs that…

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Introducing Metonymy Press and a Special Open Call for Submissions of Queer, Feminist, and Social Justice Writing

This is a special post where I introduce you to a newish Canadian press and get you writers out there excited about a special open call for submissions! Metonymy is a Montreal-based press that publishes literary fiction and nonfiction by … Continue reading

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This Thing Called Love: A Review of Zoey Leigh Peterson’s Debut Novel NEXT YEAR FOR SURE

Next Year For Sure by Zoey Leigh Peterson was one of those books that I devoured, unwilling to leave the world of the novel for the “real” one unless I absolutely had to, and resentful at the daily existence of … Continue reading

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