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by John Clute

2 November 2015

There Are Doors into this Book, though it is no laughing matter to pass inside, and the main door is shut in our face for ever more.

Intertitles: The Guest, Camp, and the Horror of Masculinity

by Genevieve Valentine

26 October 2015

Few genres are more actively in conversation with themselves than horror.

Matrilines: Evangeline Walton: The Woman Who Defined a Genre

by Kari Sperring

5 October 2015

Unlike the first three writers I’ve discussed in this column so far, Walton has not yet fallen completely off the radar within SF—she is still mentioned in at least some critical works,

Communities: Unlimited Queer Stories for Free

by Renay

28 September 2015

When I was younger I read a lot of original stories about friendship and romance.

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