It Ends in Fire by Andrew Shvarts is the queer and diverse Harry Potter-esque book that I’ve been waiting for.
In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting interviews, opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx community since I am Latinx.) Welcome…
From writers finding love to disappearances full of magic, Queerly Not Straight has 10 books you should check out this July!
From interviews to book lists and reviews, here are my 5 favorite Queerly Not Straight posts from Pride Month 2021!
Visions of Us is a Netflix Youtube series that discusses the Latinx and LGBTQ experience, from Elena on One Day at a Time to Santana on Glee.
One Last Stop and Red, White & Royal Blue have brought up the age old problem of the fetishizing of m/m relationships.
Looking for LGBTQ books to check out this Pride Month? Queerly Not Straight has you covered with 10 books you should read!
From A to Q by Emmalie El Fadli is an LGBTQ short film about friendship and the secrets dreams reveal. Read our review!
Looking for some new artists to follow this Pride 2021? Don’t worry! Queerly Not Straight has you covered with 7 LGBTQ artists to listen to!
Queerly Not Straight got the chance to talk with Naomi Bennett about Lesflicks, their journey, and how they support the queer community.
We wanted to like Jason June’s LGBTQ YA romance Jay’s Gay Agenda, especially because it’s Pride Month, but unfortunately we didn’t.
One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston is more than a time traveling romance. It’s a story about finding oneself, courage, and found family.
Queerly Not Straight got a chance to speak with Damien S. Navarro about the Outfronts, one of the first fan experiences for all things LGBTQ+ on TV, and so much more!
We got a chance to interview writer Alyson Richards about The Retreat, what inspired this movie, the dreaded bury your gays trope, and more!
The cast for Netflix’s First Kill is stacked and set and we can’t wait to find out more about this sapphic vampire/slayer drama.
Elliot Page is living their best life and sharing with the world the joy they feel at living their authentic transgender self.
The Retreat, a lesbian slasher movie, is treated with the same respect big time horror movies are, delivering a wild ride. Read our review!
From royal romances to anthologies that sweep you away, here are 10 LGBTQ books you should check out this May.
Meet Cute Diary by Emery Lee will make you believe in love in this charming tale centered on giving representation the platform it deserves.
Queerly Not Straight got a chance to speak with creators TT Bret and Sirussly about LGBTQ representation, cosplay, and so much more!