Out of the Past – LGBTQ Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror in the 1980s

The 1970s, famed as an era of free love, political protests and hallucinogen-fueled utopias, gave way to the era of punk and New Wave, AIDS, and the politics of Reagan Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT: Renewal, QSF’s Flash Fiction Anthology

QSF has a new book out, the latest in our series of flash fiction anthologies: Re.new.al (noun) 1) Resuming an activity after an interruption, or 2) Extending a contract, subscription Continue Reading →

COVER REVEAL: Where Home Lies, by Elizabeth A. Schechter

Today, we have something special – a cover reveal for the third book in Elizabeth A. Schechter‘s “Rebel Mage” series: About the Book: Once an exile, Matthias returns to lead Continue Reading →

ANNOUNCEMENT: Blood Borne, by Archer Kay Leah

QSFer Archer Kay Leah has a new queer (ace, genderqueer, panromantic, trans) fantasy tale out: For Ress, survival is a complicated nightmare. Caught between two masters on different sides of Continue Reading →

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 →