Category Archives: asexual

Thoughts and Feelings in Hannah McGregor’s Brilliant Book of Feminist Essays A SENTIMENTAL EDUCATION

Among many other things, this book is a master class in the seamless integration of diverse tones, going from formal citations of Sara Ahmed to sentences like “Frankly, podcasting made me into a real hard-line bitch about open access”. Continue reading

Posted in asexual, Canadian, memoir, Non-Fiction, Queer, Vancouver | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Interview With A Queer Reader: Sophia Talks Ace Representation, Jeanette Winterson, Queer YA, and more!

April’s queer reader is Sophia, a 21-year-old English Literature undergraduate with “a bit of a major love for YA fiction – contentious in [their] degree programme, frustratingly.” They are looking forward to writing their dissertation about Harry Potter both to … Continue reading

Advertisement

Posted in asexual, Bisexual, Fiction, Interview with a Queer Reader, Queer, Young Adult | 3 Comments

Looking Back at My 2017 Year of Reading: A Bookish Survey

This is a year-end reading survey I’ve been using for a couple years now that I stole from Danika at The Lesbrary in 2014. If you’re not following The Lesbrary, you’re missing out on a lot of rad queer women’s … Continue reading

Posted in Anthology, asexual, Black, Canadian, Fantasy, Fiction, list, memoir, mystery, Non-Canadian, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Queer, Science Fiction, Short Stories, Trans, Trans Feminine, Trans Masculine, Transgender, Vancouver | Tagged , | 5 Comments

Queer Canadian Book Gift Guide for Everyone On Your Holiday Shopping List

The title says it all; I do mean a queer Canadian book gift guide for everyone. For the cynical, ironic millennial in your life: Everything is Awful and You’re a Terrible Person by Daniel Zomparelli This collection of interconnected short … Continue reading

Posted in ann-marie macdonald, asexual, Canadian, Coming-of-age, Fantasy, Fiction, Gay, Lesbian, list, Mariko Tamaki, Queer, Short Stories, South Asian, Toronto, Trans, Trans Feminine, Transgender, Vancouver, Young Adult | Tagged | Leave a comment

“Never forget that you too can do this healing work”: A Review of THE REMEDY: QUEER AND TRANS VOICES ON HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE, Edited by Zena Sharman

I’ll be honest: I’ve never been particularly interested in health or health care, beyond wondering why my anxiety is so strongly triggered by anything related to visiting the doctor. So I was surprised by how much The Remedy: Queer and … Continue reading

Posted in Amber Dawn, Anthology, asexual, Asian, Bisexual, Black, Canadian, disability, femme, Gay, Graphic, Indigenous, Lesbian, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Queer, Trans, Trans Feminine, Trans Masculine, Vancouver | 2 Comments