Literary lesbians, Beat bisexuals, and trochaic tetrameter transfolk – yes, you! The Library at Dublin’s Outhouse has a packed February – here’s what’s not to miss!
Introducing the Bona Book Club – for all those LGBTQ ladies (and friends) interested in reading a wide range of contemporary fiction, some non-fiction and the occasional graphic novel. Come along for some lively debate, tea and scones in the Radisson Blu, Golden Lane on the last Wednesday of the month. Our next meeting is on the 24th September at 7 pm.
Peters has written many books throughout her career with LGBT themes being a huge part of most of them but what makes her books really special is that you don’t feel like you are reading something designed to be different.
There seems to be a ridiculous assumption on the part of the media that all LGBT characters are adult media. That because LGBT people occasionally have sex you must shield children and teens from them.
A book with the power to change attitudes and lives. That may sound like a dramatic statement but Jeffrey A. Miles children’s book The Princes and the Treasure is a book unafraid of bringing same-sex relationships and marriage into children’s lives and imaginations.
Renowned poet and civil rights activist Dr. Maya Angelou was found dead this yesterday morning. The award winning author was 86 years-old and had apparently been in ill health for some time now.
Heather Peace has released the music video for We Can Change, her first single from her upcoming album titled The Thin Line.
Supercakes is a cute little web comic about two of our favourite things – lesbian superheroes. What’s not to love?
Mouth Open Story Jump Out is a bit of a ramble and a bit of a rant. It may be unpolished, but it’s funny, touching and well worth a read.
I found a review there for a new independent game that had just been released, The Yawhg. I’m hooked.