A Brief History of Nollendorfplatz

Advertisements In which I highlight a byte of queer Berlin One more Pride post to round out the month, the subject being something I simultaneously know quite a bit and hardly anything about—the city I’ve lived in for very nearly two years. Nollendorfplatz—“Nolle” or “Nolli” for short—is a neighborhood I passed through on the daysContinue reading “A Brief History of Nollendorfplatz”

Lit Review: ONE LAST STOP

Advertisements Or, won’t you come see me, Queen Jane? *WARNING: SPOILERS* I’d heard quite a bit about Casey McQuiston’s new novel, including an interview with McQuiston herself, by the time a college friend cosplayed on Instagram as pragmatic heroine (or heroic pragmatist) August Landry. Her personal endorsement tipped the scales from Hopeful Read into MustContinue reading “Lit Review: ONE LAST STOP”

‘The Beatle-Making Prince of Pop’

Advertisements In which I celebrate an essential queer Virgo Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals. May I introduce to you the one, the only, the Julius Caesar of his era—Brian Epstein. I’d originally planned this post for September because his birthday is the day before mine. After all, it’s high time the rest of you acceptedContinue reading “‘The Beatle-Making Prince of Pop’”

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