Ely Percy, an established Scottish writer talks to The Queerness about her soon to be published novel about lesbian life for her chosen protagonist in the early noughties. It has something for everyone, whether the protagonist excites or annoys you, you’ll definitely want to find out what happens.
It’s that time of year again! As the ‘Eurovision Song Contest 2018’ approaches, Lee Williscroft-Ferris reveals what we can expect from this year’s event.
Guest writer Callum Kenny reviews ‘The Inheritance’ at the Young Vic in London and finds it lacking.
Stuck for that last minute Christmas gift? Karen Pollock has some suggestions for the queer people in your life (or even yourself, as it is the season to be giving)
Lois Shearing reviews previous Bisexual Book award winner, Vow of Celibacy; a flirty, fun, an undeniably sexy exploration through one woman’s love live.
Annette Pryce takes a comparitive meander through two queer films about finding love in unexpected places.
As the theme for September nears it’s end, curator Andrew Macdougall reviews New York based film Appropriate Behaviour and it’s refreshing look at bisexual life.
Guest writer Hadley reflects on Man in an Orange Shirt, part of the BBC’s Gay Britannia season.
Annette Pryce gives The Queerness a ‘totally biased’ and gushing review of the latest blockbuster to come out of the DC comic remakes, Wonder Woman. Beware of spoilers.
CN Lester’s first book has been published by Virago Press, and Karen Pollock reviews it for The Queerness.