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“O my body, make of me always a man who questions!”: Shikeith Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
An video still image of the face of a Black man covered in sweat while lying on the floor.

Photography, sculpture, installation, and performance that illuminate Black queer experience.

“O my body, make of me always a man who questions!”: Shikeith Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
An video still image of the face of a Black man covered in sweat while lying on the floor.

Photography, sculpture, installation, and performance that illuminate Black queer experience.

Inclusive Family: Elliott Hundley Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
A large predominantly red collage consisting of oil stick, encaustic, paper, plastic, pins, photographs, fabric, foam and linen on panel.

Collages as characters.

William J. Simmons’s Queer Formalism: The Return Reviewed by Clarity Haynes
Queer Formalism4

A book that asks questions more than provides answers.

Our First Mask, The Body: Yelena Moskovich Interviewed by ​Grace Lavery
Portraits of two white women, side by side, one with brown hair sitting in an studio, the other with red hair and a pink background.

On Clowning, Magic, and their BUNKERSLUTS collaboration.

All Pleasures Fulfilled: Samantha Nye Interviewed by Cassie Packard
A colorful painting of a group of elderly women gathered around a poolside titled, Attractive People, Doing Attractive Things In Attractive Places—Double Your Pleasure—Double Your Pleasure, by Samantha Nye

Remaking the ’60s as a queer playground.

Retelling an American Legend: Jeanne Thornton Interviewed by Ryan Spencer
Summer Fun7

An epistolary novel about music, trans identity, and counterculture.

To Think, Not React: Heidi Ewing Interviewed by Ken Foster
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The director of the Oscar-nominated documentary, Jesus Camp, releases her first narrative film.

Come to My Window by Jeanne Vaccaro
A person wearing a slayer baseball cap and facemark reaches through a window to touch a leg titled, Aimee Goguen at the window, by Jeanne Vaccaro

The aesthetics and erotics of boundaries and portals.

Kei Miller’s Things I Have Withheld by Rianna Jade Parker
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In Things I Have Withheld, Kei Miller’s most personal collection to date, the Caribbean philosopher addresses “his own body and its implications.”

The Mystery of That Life: E.J. Levy Interviewed by Daniel Torday
Cape Yellow

A novel that gives voice to the historical figure of Dr. James Miranda Barry, the nineteenth-century physician who was born Margaret Anne Bulkley, but lived their professional life as a man.

Lesbian Domestic: Kristen Arnett Interviewed by Leigh Hopkins
Cover image of Kristen Arnett's White Teeth: orange lips on a green background, on an orange background.

A novel about the humorous horrors of queer parenting.

Public and Private Bodies: Jonathan Lyndon Chase Interviewed by Scott Turri
A colorful painting of two men talking on their smartphone titled, Pull the up down, by Jonathan Lyndon Chase

Paintings and sculpture that express strength and vulnerability.

Syan Rose’s Our Work Is Everywhere: An Illustrated Oral History of Queer and Trans Resistance by Tim O’Leary
Book cover of "Our Work Is Everywhere" on Syan Rose

Syan Rose’s intimate conversations with a wide spectrum of queer and trans people coalesce with her art as she portrays the people she spoke with.

Three Boyfriends by Brontez Purnell
Brontez Purnell Teaser Gif

A preview of Brontez Purnell’s upcoming collection, 100 Boyfriends.

Cracking the Codes: Jenn Shapland by Jeannie Vanasco
My Autobiography5

Part memoir, part biography, a book that plays with genre to cast new light on a revered American writer.

Sundown at the Eternal Staircase by GennaRose Nethercott
BOMB Magazine issue #154 open to GennaRose Nethercott's "Sundown at the Eternal Staircase" against a light pink background. The text is surrounded by a dark blue, geometric-patterned border.
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore by Amy Gall
A duo-tone portrait of author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore. The background is a dark slate blue and the photo of Sycamore is light pink. Sycamore's hand covers her face and presses her chunky beaded necklace against her mouth.

With her latest book, The Freezer Door, Sycamore breaks down language and genre to confront intimacy, the politics of gay bars, and to find the communities we desire.

Reaching Toward One Another: Bryan Washington Interviewed by Greg Mania
Memorial Mock Up

On writing queer characters that identify themselves, and their relationships, on their own terms.

The Natural is Vexed: Sophia Dahlin Interviewed by Brandon Brown
Natch Cover

A poetry collection that is “allergically pastoral” and full of good fantasies (with a touch of pain).

Metabolizing Everything Through Humor: Greg Mania Interviewed by Kristen Arnett
Cover of Greg Mania's Born to be Public

How a collection of funny stories became a memoir about coming out, partying hard, and committing to the kid’s menu.

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