Adult-in-training by day, queer geek of color by night.
Humanity uses fiction as a means of escape; it’s a pretty old refrain. At the same time, that doesn’t necessarily mean the realities of our world don’t bleed into the margins. Certain environments, foods, educational systems, and the general laws of physics are common enough to be negligible, for example. We structure ourselves around theseREAD MORE
The starving artist is one of the most curiously enduring cultural images of the last four centuries or so. Its Romantic origins established a sense of noble prestige to the cycle of poverty, sacrifice, and professional obscurity in which many artists found themselves in the pursuit of a career. These days, there’s more scorn behindREAD MORE
Hello lovely readers! Welcome to another installment of Book Beat, brought to you this week by your editor Paige. Things are far less scandalous than usual this week in the publishing industry, but that might be because of a.) the weather, and b.) all the many scandals and outrages in book-adjacent industries (like the worldREAD MORE
Hello lovely readers! Welcome to your weekly installment of Book Beat, brought to you by editor Paige. Spring is in the air, and with it comes feelings of lightness and rejuvenation. In the ever-busy publishing industry, that means we have several interesting updates on previously discussed scandals. This new season also, unfortunately, means we haveREAD MORE