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Reviews of Queer Heroes of Myth and Legend: A Celebration of Gay Gods, Sapphic Saints, and Queerness Through the Ages, Spring in Siberia, A Novel, Movies that Made Me Gay, Who Does that Bitch Think She Is? Doris Fish and the Rise of Drag, and The Queer Film Guide.

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Short reviews of the books RAVING: Practices by McKenzie Wark, QUEER PRINT IN EUROPE edited by Glyn Davis and Laura Guy, AMERICAN CLASSICIST: The Life and Loves of Edith Hamilton by Victoria Houseman, and WHEN LANGUAGE BROKE OPEN: An Anthology of Queer and Trans Black Writers of Latin American Descent Edited by Alan Pelaez Lopez; and the film FRAMING AGNES directed by Chase Joynt.

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Short reviews of To the Boy who was Night: Poems Selected and New by Rigoberto González, So Long: Poems by Jen Levitt, and Romantic Comedy: Poems by James Allen Hall.

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Reviews of Love Leda: A Novel by Mark Hyatt, Aubrey Beardsley: 150 Years Young by Margaret D. Stetz, Confidence: A Novel by Rafael Frumkin, and Pink Triangle Legacies: Coming Out in the Shadow of the Holocaust by W. Jake Newsome.

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Reviews of Queering the Green: Post-2000 Queer Irish Poetry, My Mother Says, Invisible History: The Collected Poems of Walta Borawski, Swollening: Poems, Friedrich Nietzsche (Critical Lives), and the album Homosexual by Darren Hayes.

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Brief reviews of Novel Approaches to Lesbian History, Pathetic Literature, Less is Lost, and A Minor Chorus.

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Brief reviews of the books A Short History of Queer Women, Brother Alive, Jazzed, and Love Poems of a Gay Nerd; and the album Bronco.

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Brief reviews of School Days: A Novel by Jonathan Galassi, Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance by John Waters, and Harold Norse: Poet Maverick, Gay Laureate.

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Brief reviews of Abuela in Shadow, Abel in Light; Places of Tenderness and Heat; House Fire; Queer Nature; Verdant; Dot & Ralfie; and Immoral, Indecent & Scurrilous.

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Short reviews of the novels 148 Charles Street, The Other Man, and Young Mungo, and Volume 2 of Samuel Delany’s Occasional Views.

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