Not All Superheroes Wear Capes or Have Powers

Superheroes are made, not born. Kind of a cheesy sentiment, but one that’s nonetheless true. Having superpowers doesn’t automatically make someone a hero, their choices do. Yet not all heroes…

Anthony Bourdain Definitely Left Something Good Behind

Content Warning for mentions of suicide and celebrity death.  The beauty of technology lies in connecting people. Every now and again someone enters your life and changes you from afar—be…

A Tail of Queerness, Werewolves, and Menopause

Yes, you read that title correctly. Catherine Lundoff’s Silver Moon is a book about change, though not the usual changes we’re used to reading about in queer supernatural fiction. As…

Object of Desire Thrills and Chills

Full confession, I love murder mysteries and crime thrillers. I grew up on crime procedurals and British murder mysteries by Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, and the like. As an adult…

A Summer Rom-Com, Queer Girl Style

Summer is right around the corner, and you know what that means: summer reading! Books by the pool, books to take on vacation and relax with on the airplane or…

Love Queer Steampunk? Read Murder on the Titania

Imagine, if you will, Sherlock Holmes, only he’s been transformed into a queer Latinx woman with a penchant for piracy, thievery, invention, and exasperating her boring but stolid right-hand man…

Why We Need Vikander’s Lara Croft

And a sequel. Preferably more than one, but I’ll start with one. There are a couple things I want to be clear about up front: I’m not here to argue…

Red as Blue a Lyrical, Cathartic Coming of Age Story

A few weeks back, I was given the joy of interviewing Ji Strangeway, author of the hybrid novel Red as Blue, for my Creator Corner series. As of today, the…