Dracmorda and Swanthula Boulet, collectively known as the Boulet Brothers, are drag icons and modern horror hosts who constantly seem to be working their fingers to the bone to produce only the best horrific content a ghoul could ask for. Through their search for the world’s next drag supermonsters via their reality competition series TheContinue reading “Pride Month Spotlight: The Boulet Brothers”
Seanan McGuire is known for writing urban fantasy, but under the alias Mira Grant, she brings to life stories of medical Science Fiction and Horror. When asked about her inclusion of characters within the LGBTQA+ community within her novels, she explains: “I didn’t set out to change the way QUILTBAG characters are included in literature–thatContinue reading “Pride Month Author Spotlight: Mira Grant/Seanan McGuire”
These books are excellent any time of the year, but this Pride Month we wanted to celebrate them for their wonderful LGBTQA+ representation in the science fiction, fantasy, and horror genres. The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet (Wayfarers #1), by Becky Chambers Six of Crows (Book 1 of the Six of Crows duology),Continue reading “Pride Month Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Reading Suggestions”
Ah, the man to transcend genres. Sir Ian Mckellen covers both our science fiction and fantasy bases, he even dabbled in horror a wee bit. The Keep in 1983 and Apt Pupil in 1998. But he is, of course, most well known for playing Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings franchise and Magneto inContinue reading “Pride Month Actor Spotlight: Sir Ian McKellen”
As promised in our last post, we’re going to celebrate this Pride month focusing our posts around people in the LGBTQA+ community who’ve impacted the three genres we love: Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy. When we began to ponder on an author to choose for our horror-themed we both agreed that the first name toContinue reading “Pride Month Author Spotlight: Clive Barker”
We see you. We love you. #proudallies To celebrate Pride Month, we will be spotlighting LGBTQA+ people in the different genres we love. Let’s have fun. Let’s spread the love.