Dia Felix: Growing Up Uncanny in California

“In Nochita, you’ve got a bunch of queens living in a single room in the Tenderloin. You’ve got a nerdy entrepreneur with brand-new black jeans and his pinball machine in his office. You’ve got fancy diners being accosted by nude revelers. It was the late nineties for sure. Now I think people save their nudity for Burning Man.”… read more

'Haiti Glass' by Lenelle Moïse

Moïse’s poetry embraces everything from her native Haiti, to the experience of an immigrant child, to Basquiat, to the loss of her uncle to AIDS. With brilliant control, Moïse pulls taut the wire that transforms pain into poetry…. read more

Ali Liebegott: Highways and Byways

“Where will queers and artists live in this day and age? I felt driven to try and capture a bit of these places before they were gentrified and unaffordable.”

Ali Liebegott talked with the Lambda Literary Review about her new novel, Cha-Ching!, her work with Sister Spit, and some exciting forthcoming projects…. read more

Read Eileen Myles' Excerpt from the New Sister Spit Anthology

For all of you lovers of LGBTQ literature eagerly awaiting the release of Sister Spit’s debut anthology—indeed, the day has finally arrived. Sister Spit: Writing, Rants, and Reminiscence from the Road has just hit bookstore shelves, and in the spirit of celebration, the Lambda Literary Review is offering a sneak peak of the collection…. read more

Michelle Tea: A Writer's Passion

“I hope to start building up the careers of a lot of writers I deeply believe in, but because of their outsiderness in the literary world do not have careers at the levels they deserve.”

Writer Michelle Tea recently signed an imprint with the legendary City Light Books, and Lambda had the enlightening opportunity of interviewing her about money, work, activism, sustenance, and her new imprint…. read more