Queer writers explore the frights and delights of horror films in this insightful essay anthology.
A review of “Swan Hammer,” Maggie Graber’s debut poetry collection.
Set in the roaring twenties, ‘The Chosen and The Beautiful’ and ‘A Good Year’ bring new life to historical LGBTQ narratives.
‘The Gilded Age’ and ‘Bridgerton’ suffer a shortage of same-sex smooches.
“Wearing clothes should be a personal narrative of emotion.” – ALT
We can’t befriend the gargoyles atop the Chrysler Building, but we can wear them as cufflinks!
The age of minimalism has been found dead in a ditch.
Prolonged power failure and freezing temps have reignited my loathing for this popular HGTV design.
Warmies sells a menagerie of heating pads that combine comfort and cuteness. Its alligator is my latest obsession.
In the surreal spirit of Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino, I imagine a constantly shifting city named after a mythical man. This is a re-imagining of Calvino’s concept, which has Marco Polo tell Kublai Khan about fantastical imaginary cities all named after women.