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BLACK ART: Modern-day noir with trans man lead (& author)

Black Art┬áby V.T. Davy is a perfectly well-constructed piece of noir, a Jengalike masterpiece of clues that lead to more shocking clues before finally culminating in a payoff and solution that was actually worth the buildup. (I’m often frustrated by … Continue reading

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Lesbian fiction in WWII England: “A Wartime Love” by Shiralyn Lee

It’s a relief to be able to read a good, “old-fashioned” novel that’s neither sexually explicit nor specifically aimed at young adults — just a regular, grownup book about suffering bravely through war together and coming out into the sunshine … Continue reading

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