Watch a group of young queer people in Toronto develop identities and relationships across changing eras.
Queer dystopian sci-fi that you can lose yourself in.
Is it enough to put on my flannel shirt, climb on that winged horse, and barge forward howling?
The Lesfic Bard Awards are looking for judges, and thanks to the magic of technology, you can do it from the comfort of your favorite reading chair.
Intriguing story tinged with dark humor
Hawthorne's use of diary sequences, poetry, and narrative open up the world of these women in a fascinating way
Hollywood romance in the bright lights of a writers’ room.
This lovely romance is sure to be your next comfort read.
A runaway bride falls for her tattoo artist.
LGBTQ YA novelist gets behind The Trevor Project with 'Loving Lakyn.'