I’ll admit, if you told me back when I started this blog that I’d be talking about monsterfucking, I probably wouldn’t have believed you, but I just read To the Flame by A. E. Ross, and some things need to be said. This paranormal cryptid romance is about a college guy named Emerson (he/him) who… Continue reading To the Flame by A. E. Ross
Exploring the possibilities of transness, masculinity, and personhood in Ray Stoeve's BETWEEN PERFECT AND REAL, a review.
Bodies, embodiment, and the self in R. E. Katz' forthcoming debut novel, AND THEN THE GRAY HEAVEN.
The difficulties of messy relationships, and how FINNA by Nino Cipri shows how to move forward after they end, a review.
“Fucked up and afraid--like a male.” (137), or the messy trans realities of WE BOTH LAUGHED IN PLEASURE: THE SELECTED DIARIES OF LOU SULLIVAN edited by Ellis Martin and Zach Ozma, a review.
Parallels between magic and transness in Brooklyn Ray's DARKLING, a review.
Nuanced approaches to Good and Evil in Akwaeke Emezi's PET, a review.
Toxic masculinity and the conflict between boyhood and manhood in Austin Chant's PETER DARLING, a review.
Red flags and green-lights in Mason Deaver's I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST, a review.
Hostile Geometry in Bogi Takács' forthcoming THE TRANS SPACE OCTOPUS CONGREGATION, a review.