Leave it to Stephen Fry to write a three-volume novel of his life.
Lumberjanes: Volume 1 is perfect for elementary school-age girls (and boys) everywhere, and for us grownup Lumberjanes as well.
Few have experienced what George Baxter–Holder has lived to tell, and what a tale it is.
by The Lit Chick. “All poetry is forgiveness for what this world can not always hold,” writes genderqueer poet-activist Andrea Gibson. Gibson’s newest book, Pansy, does its part, delving into such topics as gender and sexuality, feminism, white privilege, abuse, retribution, recovery, and most of all, love, in all of its phases, and with all […]
by The Lit Chick. Former Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank discovered the two things about himself at age fourteen that mattered most: that he wanted to be a politician and that he was gay. In his new memoir, Frank: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage, he chronicles a life that has […]
by The Lit Chick. Romance author Suzie Carr is back with a fun, lighthearted romp set in Rhode Island. Sandcastles is told through the voices of career-driven advertising firm owner Lia, and her unlikely love interest and seemingly polar opposite, psychic yoga teacher Willow. Childhood acquaintances who didn’t quite get along, their paths collide at […]
by The Lit Chick. Ten years ago, photographer Rachelle Lee Smith grabbed her camera and began a photographic essay of queer youth, ages 14 to 24. Smith simply took their pictures against a white background, printed them and then asked the youth to write something about themselves in the white space. The more than 65 […]
by The Lit Chick. The writing in Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men is as diverse as its contributors. This sizable anthology features 61 different contributors, all cisgender or transgender men who identify as bisexual, pansexual, polysexual or fluid—men of all different races, classes and nationalities. The anthology is edited by activists Robyn Ochs and […]