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Book Review: Epically Earnest

Book Review: Epically Earnest

This book honestly ranks up there with Ophelia After All for me. Disclaimer, also, that I’ve never read The Importance of Being Earnest. For me, this book reads like an readalike for Molly Kasperek’s work. If I was reading a pitch for this book, it would comp their books. There’s fast moving romance, basically everyone […]

Posted September 16, 2022 by geograph in achillean, contemporary, sapphic, YA / 0 Comments
Out There book review

Out There book review

This is a cool little collection of queer sci-fi stories — something that I would definitely recommend. Claire Kann’s was obviously my favorite, but K. Ancrum’s “Home” definitely also places. It’s no Dahlia Adler anthology, but it is very good — I think it’s really important to read stories of queer people having a future. […]

Posted August 8, 2022 by geograph in review, sapphic, YA / 0 Comments
The Big Book of Pride Flags review

The Big Book of Pride Flags review

This is a book all about pride flags, written for kids. The illustrations are friendly and quite lovely, and include a diverse range of people. The information in the book is easy to understand, but glosses over the unpleasant and divisive parts of LGBTQIA+ history; why did we need our own flags? What exactly was […]

Rainbow Rainbow book review

Rainbow Rainbow book review

This is a book of queer short stories; some of them I really enjoyed, some of them I felt kind of weird about. Conklin uses proses like a knife, but the sharpness of the knife depends on the short story. These aren’t like a lot of the queer lit on the marketplace now (which is […]

Posted May 30, 2022 by geograph in review, Uncategorized / 0 Comments