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BOOK REVIEW: The Gallopers by Jon Ransom

May 28, 2024

Ransom’s willingness to depict the nuances of LGBTQ experiences – from anguish to resilience – and his bold unequivocal exploration of men finding sexual comfort with each other, makes this a vital work of Queer meta historical fiction. With his atmospheric command of setting and piercing insights into the human condition, he has cemented himself as one of the most exciting voices in the literary canon today.

Out now ÂŁ14.99 hardback

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REVIEW: Séayoncé: She Must Be Hung! @ Spiegeltent

May 23, 2024

SĂ©ayoncĂ©: She Must Be Hung! Brighton Spiegeltent Having seen them in the Fringe last year,  I was well up for a night of supernatural queer delight with SĂ©ayoncĂ©, the latest enchanting show by rising comedic star Dan Wye at the Spiegeltent. This show is a mad mystical mix of psychic puns and otherworldly humor that […]

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Book Review Race Rules: What Your Black Friends Won’t Tell You by Fatimah Gilliam

March 27, 2024

One of the book’s strengths lies in its emphasis on solidarity and allyship. Gilliam provides practical strategies for dismantling racism, encouraging readers to move beyond passive sympathy towards active engagement.

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