Hadley Stewart sits down with author Chris McCrudden to discuss his latest book, Sashay to the Centre of the Earth, the third in his Battlestar Suburbia sci-fi series.
A gentle coming of age drama steeped in early 00s nostalgia, Yes, God, Yes deals with progressive ideals in a trite but comfortable fashion.
Any concerns that a more happy Perfume Genius would result in a less engaging and creatively restricted artist go thankfully unfounded and No Shape is as assured, odd, and oddly optimistic, as hoped.
We interview Amy Ashenden, producer of both The Gay Word and new podcast documentary Queer Muslim Sex Worker.
Garbage sound very much like their best selves again on Strange Little Birds. John Preston reviews.
Jenni Chang and Lisa Dazols, a gay couple from San Francisco, recently made ‘Out and Around’ – a film about the changing status of the queer experience around the world.
Is it right to use the word ‘gay’ to mean bad?
PP Hartnett talks with Daisuke Yamaguchi about his book Full Screen and the legal hurdles surrounding the publishing of transgressive queer fiction.
Lower Dens’ third album is the one you should hear – with both soulful and electronic sounds.
Fusion aims to celebrate all LGBT+ ethnic minorities working in the media.