Erin O. White: On Reconciling Faith and Sexuality

“[…] it’s embarrassing to love something that doesn’t love you back. You don’t want to seem naive, or self-loathing. You don’t want to be a bad lesbian. So I think even acknowledging faith is a very vulnerable act for a queer person. Writing about it is even harder.”… read more

'Incest' by Christine Angot

Angot examines the process of writing—of expression—itself, along with every twist and turn of an obsessed, violated, powerless mind…. read more

'In Full Velvet' by Jenny Johnson

Johnson’s language celebrates the natural world, bringing ecology into the world of lesbians, suggesting both that people can be queer anywhere … read more