Articles by: William Johnson

The Banal and the Profane: Michael Broder

“The Black Party was pretty great—a big space with machine-generated fog and deep house music, filled with all sorts of men, including many beautiful ones, wearing very little clothing, dancing, having sex, taking drugs (of which we did not partake), etc.”… read more

Call for Submissions: Bent, an Imprint of Go Deeper Press

BENT IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING MANUSCRIPT-LENGTH SUBMISSIONS. Bent publishes fiction, poetry, comics, and memoir by queer people. Bent likes both experimental and traditional writing. The editors at Bent love radical politics and appreciate art that is grounded in queer history, just as much as we appreciate art that’s creating a queer history of its own…. read more

The Banal and the Profane: Nick Sumida

“I have to give myself permission to turn my brain off and relax when I can, which usually translates to me eating gummy bears and re-watching Buffy episodes while live-tweeting about the outfits.”… read more

Queer Book Club at Book Culture

The Queer Book Club in NYC will be meeting at Book Culture (450 Columbus Avenue) on March 8th at 5 pm to discuss Everything Begins And Ends at the Kentucky Club by Benjamin Alire Saenz. All are welcome to attend, queer-identifying or otherwise. Discussion is expected to run for about an hour, and may include… read more