Tag Archives: LGBTQ literature

Art, Lesbian Love, Palestine, Cairo, and Family in the Novel THE PHILISTINE by Leila Marshy

The Philistine by Leila Marshy was one of those review books that I received with anticipation, but just never got around to reading. Now I have to say, curse you past Casey, because I am sad it sat on my … Continue reading

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February Patreon Update: Meeting Goals and More Free Queer Books

Hello and happy March! This is the end of the second month since I first started a Patreon account for this blog and I am happy to report it is continuing to go swimmingly. (If you don’t know what on … Continue reading

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Queer Scare: LBQ Women’s Halloween Reads

Well it’s a dark, gloomy, rainy night in Vancouver and it seems particularly apt to start talking about some seasonally appropriate reads.  By that, of course, I mean queer Halloween books. The Haunting on Hill House by Shirley Jackson What? … Continue reading

Posted in Amber Dawn, Anthology, Asian, BDSM, Bisexual, Black, Canadian, Caribbean, Erotica, Fantasy, Fiction, Indigenous, Lesbian, Nalo Hopkinson, Poetry, Postcolonial, Queer, Science Fiction, Short Stories, Toronto, Vancouver | Tagged , , | 5 Comments