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Graeme’s Top 5 Books of 2020 (ranked in order)

Graeme’s Top 5 Books of 2020 (ranked in order)

Posted by Graeme Aitken on 30th Dec 2020

1. ShadowplayBy Joseph O’ConnorThis historical novel explores the life of Bram Stoker, author of Dracula and depicts him as a closeted gay man. Set largely around London’s Lyceum theatre, it explores … read more
​Hendri’s Top 5 Books of 2020 (ranked in order)

​Hendri’s Top 5 Books of 2020 (ranked in order)

Posted by Hendri Yulius on 30th Dec 2020

1. Vanishing Half By Brit BennettThe divergent fate of twin sisters, as one passes for white and the other remains black, challenges the nature of identity, revealing new possibilities to move be … read more
The Satisfactions and Torments of ‘the Creative Life’

The Satisfactions and Torments of ‘the Creative Life’

Posted by Graeme Aitken on 8th Sep 2020

Irish author Joseph O’Connor (brother of singer Sinead O’Connor) has a string of popular books to his name, but his latest novel Shadowplay will have a special appeal to gay readers. It’s especially f … read more
A Timely and Entertaining New Asian-Australian Novel

A Timely and Entertaining New Asian-Australian Novel

Posted by Hendri Yulius on 1st Sep 2020

With an apparent rarity of Asian-Australian gay writing in Australia's traditional publishing industry, it is always an exciting moment whenever a new book about and written by an Asian gay man has em … read more

A slim novel to savour in one sitting.

Posted by Graeme Aitken on 25th Aug 2017

TIN MANBy Sarah WinmanGay readers will remember Sarah Winman’s delightful debut novel When God was a Rabbit which featured numerous queer characters, and now in this slim third novel she has once agai … read more

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