A Fool’s Journey

Last year was a flaming garbage fire. For everyone. I started 2016 by attending my Grandfather’s funeral on my birthday and it was pretty much a preview for how the year was going to go. And now we’re here. And we have to figure out how to live every day in this world. For a … More A Fool’s Journey

Review: The Red Shoes by John Stewart Wynne

Book: The Red Shoes by John Stewart Wynne Rating: 3/5 lines of finely chopped cocaine Recommended if you like: graphic sex scenes, books about cis gay men, modern retelling of fairy tales, introspective narrative First lines: “Every day has its misgivings. Man lives by faith, they say, but personally I think man wants to render faith unnecessary. … More Review: The Red Shoes by John Stewart Wynne

Review, IB Favorites Edition: Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit

Book: Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson Rating: 5/5 metaphorical oranges Recommended if you like: LGBTQ novels, coming of age stories, unconventional storytelling, religious metaphors that aren’t out to convert you to religion First lines: “Like most people I lived for a long time with my mother and father. My father liked to watch the … More Review, IB Favorites Edition: Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit

Dykes Do It Better: 9 Lesbian Authors You Should Dive Into

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I feel every book ever written is a metaphor for the phallus. A working cock. A flaccid dick. I suppose it makes sense that those possessing a dong tend to write about it, but even wonderful women authors seem compelled to write more about the D than the … More Dykes Do It Better: 9 Lesbian Authors You Should Dive Into