Keeping Up with the Montagues

Fans of the Montague siblings have a good deal to look forward to in the near future.  Not only is there a film adaptation of the first book in production, but there will also be a third installment of the…

Top 5 Queer Books I Read This Summer

Graphic by Carmen Ngo  1. “They Both Die at the End” by Adam Silvera Let’s address the elephant in the room: Yes, this is a sad book.  No, it does not get a happy resolution. Just glancing at the title,…

The Knight and the Yellow Rose

“Have you ever heard of a red rose?” The lady frowned and said, “I have, but they are extraordinarily rare – some think they do not exist.” “But they do? They aren’t a myth?” the knight said, full of hope.…

OutWrite’s Queer Lit Column: Desire, Dream and Magic in Zami: A New Spelling of My Name

  This review of Zami is the first in our series of investigating classic queer literature, forming an OutWrite Archive of novels, poetry, and memoir that our staff believes everyone should read.      In the acknowledgements, Audre Lorde tells the reader…