Exclusive Interview: Stephen Dunn on reimagining Queer As Folk “the show is a reflection of my queer family” Plus trailer launch & new first look images

The exhilarating trailer for Stephen Dunn's reimagined Queer As Folk has just launched ahead of the series' June 9th debut on Peacock, along with ten new first look images. Set in New Orleans, the trailer features the sounds of Mm Mm Good by one of that city's most loved residents, the Queen of Bounce, Big... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Fever by Jonathan Bazzi ★★★1/2

Jonathan Bazzi’s lauded memoir, Fever, is an intense, visceral vision of the fear of the unknown. What starts as a mystery illness—a fever that refuses to break—throws the reader into a delirious world of medical discovery and internalized emotional trauma. This is no romantic view of life in Italy; it is messy, rough and rewarding.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Heat Wave by TJ Klune ★★★

TJ Klune wraps up his YA superhero trilogy, The Extraordinaries, with Heat Wave which sees teenager Nick launching into his superhero career, as well as launching into his fully-fledged relationship with Seth. Quick note: being the last part of a trilogy, there’s no way to avoid spoilers for the previous books in this review. Nick... Continue Reading →

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