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Tag Archives: queer fiction
Docile is a book that calls back to the history of slavery in the United States – the enslavement of Black people – and then hangs up the phone without so much as a timid “hello”. Its lack of true engagement with the still-painful, and still incredibly relevant past of slavery in the United States shows in how reviewers are responding to it as “yet another” gushy and empowering dark-fic in fandom. Continue reading
Being a lone-wolf on St. Thomas can be tough, but –
Tabitha makes it worth it for Mercy. Continue reading
This is a narrated version of my story “Breaking and Entering”, a cosy and quietly queer story set in another world. Continue reading
Iirin meets the two gods that he is apparently destined to bond with and realizes that he really has no idea how to handle what will come next. Between the moment when the carriage finally slowed to a stop and … Continue reading
After hearing the seer’s message, Iirin finds himself struggling to come to terms with the fact that he’ll soon be leaving the only place that he’s ever called home. Despite how he’s been mistreated in the temple-orphanage because he isn’t … Continue reading
Here’s a list of some awesome media that focuses on queer werewolves, my favorite supernatural being. All of these pieces of media have at least one queer werewolf on screen/on the page as main or secondary characters. Many of these … Continue reading
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