‘The Missing Museum’ by Amy King

The Missing Museum is not an easy read, any more than an actual museum exhibit is a thought-free gimme of an experience. But, like the Smithsonian and the odd roadside attraction, it’s worth taking the time to explore…. read more

'I Want to Make You Safe' By Amy King

Amy King’s poems aren’t a walk in the park. They’re a hustle down a city street, an unflinching look at what can be found: a rusted car, a lawn chair, a bright thread snagged on a fence. They’re not always pretty, and they’re rarely easy, but they force us to see that which we would… read more

Very (Queer) Best of National Poetry Month

This April, magazines and blogs across the web have been running poem specials to celebrate National Poetry Month. With only a couple days left, I thought I’d take stock and share some of my favorites so far:… read more

Atlanta Queer Literary Festival [Slideshow]

The 2010 Atlanta Queer Literary Festival took place earlier this month. Author and AQLF board member, Collin Kelley, shared this slideshow with LambdaLiterary.org. The premiere LGBT literary Festival in Atlanta, the 4th annual AQLF brought together a diverse assortment of poets, novelists and authors for a week-long celebration of readings by some of our favorites,… read more

Keynotes for AQLF announced

Cary Alan Johnson and Ana Božičević headline Atlanta Queer Literary Festival The Atlanta Queer Literary Festival—the premiere LGBT literary Festival in Atlanta—brings together a diverse assortment of poets, novelists, and authors for a weeklong celebration of readings by some of our favorites including Lambda Award finalists Ana Božičević, Amy King, Elliott Mackle and Daniel Allen… read more

Ana Božičević: 5 Poets Who Changed My Life [Video]

Lammy-nominated poet, Ana Božičević, (Stars of the Night Commute) talks with Lambda Literary about 5 Poets Who’ve Changed Her Life. Her list includes Edgar Allan Poe, Marina Tsvetaeva, Bhanu Kapil, Amy King and two contemporary Croatian poets…. read more