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Masks, Murder, and Revenge: Announcing <i>Volatile Memory</i>, a Sapphic Trans Novella From Seth Haddon

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Masks, Murder, and Revenge: Announcing Volatile Memory, a Sapphic Trans Novella From Seth Haddon

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Gods, Beasts, and Burgeoning Romance: Aiden Thomas Talks Celestial Monsters

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Speaking Truth Into Being: Trans Identity in Ann Leckie’s The Raven Tower

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What Makes A Knight: The Continuing Influence of Alanna of Trebond

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Revealing The Z Word by Lindsay King-Miller

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Smited, Smote, Smitten: A Reading on Queer Longing in Good Omens

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The Unspoken Queerness in Saban’s Power Rangers

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“It’s going to be magnificent.”: He Who Drowned the World by Shelley Parker-Chan

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Horns, Feathers, Scales: Reclaiming Genderqueer Monstrousness

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Celebrating the Books That Queered Us

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Looking Back on The Owl House

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The Dragon Prince (L to R) Jack De Sena as Callum and Sasha Rojen as Ezran in The Dragon Prince. Cr. COURTESY OF NETFLIX © 2022

The Dragon Prince Uses Its Fourth Season to Shape a Surprising Allegory