“I have to lock up my phone every day—in a box designed for locking up cookies—during the hours I’m writing. Text messages ruin me.” —Lydia Conklin, author of Rainbow Rainbow
“It’s good to know who to trust, I’ve been learning, but also who to doubt.” —Eloghosa Osunde, author of Vagabonds!
“Make it so good they can’t reject it.” —Edgar Gomez, author of High-Risk Homosexual
“This was the book I was meant to write my whole life.” —Neel Patel, author of Tell Me How to Be
The author of I’m Not Hungry but I Could Eat shares the evolution of his thinking on how to represent bisexuality and queerness in fiction.
The author of I’m Not Hungry but I Could Eat seeks to write fat characters for whom fatness is not always an immediate concern.
“Combining unsparing humor with heart is a superpower.” —Jaime Cortez, author of Gordo
This week’s installment of Ten Questions features Pajtim Statovci and David Hackston, the author and the translator of Bolla.
The author of With Teeth writes that her affinity for self-deprecating humor is inextricable from her queerness.
“There’s something sort of final and fulfilling about discovering, say, that a poem’s floor is also its ceiling.” —Justin Jannise, author of How to be Better by Being Worse