After eight years composing her memoir What It Feels Like For A Girl about a tough adolescence, the writer tells Alice Vincent why revisiting her trauma was worth it.
From E. M. Forster to Ali Smith, via Alison Bechdel and Virginia Woolf, these books – fiction, poetry, memoir, and non-fiction, alike – are the perfect way into the queer canon.
In his brilliant new series, Russell T Davies brings the real lives behind London's AIDS crisis to the small screen. Here's some novels to consider when you're finished watching.
Styles seems perfectly cast as Bethan Roberts' quietly charismatic policeman caught in a complex love triangle with his wife and another man. But did you know the story is also based on the life of E. M. Forster?
The British poet and author of Rotten Days in Late Summer on the books that have moved him recently, from Ursula Le Guin and James Baldwin to the recently discovered poet he keeps returning to.