Starless by Jaqueline Carey

Jacqueline Carey is one of the best fantasy writers around. Her world building skills, which I first experienced in the Kushiel's Legacy series, rival such Tolkien and Martin. On top of her fantastic writing, her books frequently include LGBTQ characters. Starless is a standalone, which is a departure for Carey. But it being self contained …

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Lesbian Pulp Fiction: Part 2

Today we continue with a few more of the stories from the Lesbian Pulp Fiction collection selected by Katherine V. Forrest. Appointment in Paris by Fay Adams Havok lives with her aunt in Paris after both of her parents and her grandmother passed away. In Paris she meets Marcelle, an intoxicating woman who, despite the …

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The Rules and Regulations for Mediating Myths and Magic by F.T. Lukens

If magic was real, it would be exactly the way this book describes. We open with Bridger, who is in the middle of answering a craigslist ad for a job. Bridger wants to go away for college. He wants to leave suburban Michigan and start fresh somewhere else, where he can figure out what his …

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