Boogieman In Lavender Review: Heiresses of Russ

The story was that some people had learned to read again.—-line from “The Tip of the Tongue” by Felicia Davin. That most conventional of female archetypes, the bride, figures in Continue Reading →

Jeff Baker: Boogieman in Lavender – Sleator and Selden; of Genies and Singularities

We are out there. We are not always obvious. In the days before the 21st Century’s sometimes grudging acceptance of LGBT YA authors, such authors labored largely in the closet, Continue Reading →

Review: “Transcendent” – Boogieman In Lavender

“Transcendent,” edited by K.M. Szpara, is the latest “Best Of” collection from Lethe Press. The question arises, would there be enough Transgender-related speculative fiction for a full anthology, let alone Continue Reading →