On Wednesday 28 November, Flapjack Press launches Manchester Isn’t the Greatest City in the World, Gerry Potter’s latest collection of hard-hitting sociopolitical poetry, prose and plays.
“All rock’n’roll is homosexual,” Manic Street Preachers once claimed, and stuck it on a T-shirt.
Here’s our collection of recommendations from award-winning authors on what you should be reading this summer.
As June is the month for celebrating LGBT books in America, we thought we’d dust off some of our favourites.
Bryony Bates recaps the eighth episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 8: Book Ball.
We chat to Mr Motivator about fitness, Power Rangers and colourful sportswear!
Nicola Field is calling on friends to help her republish Over the Rainbow, a seminal book on class and LGBT politics.
Larry Kramer’s The American People will finally be published in two volumes, with the first being published in April 2015.
Afshan Lodhi writes about the problem of diversity in children’s books
Lauren Beukes’ debut novel, Moxyland, updates the cyberpunk genre for the social media generation