Tag Archives: queer literature

Love Substitutes

This week we interviewed the fabulous Kirsty Logan about her book ‘The Rental Heart’, her experiences being a queer author writing queer stories, and what the road to success looks like, sharing some top-tips for early-career publishing!

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Photo cedit: Monkeytwizzle

Me: So Kirsty, you’re a published author, which is awesome!

Could you tell us a little bit about your journey to this point: how you got here, how you got started, and how you became successfully published?

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The Paying Guests

Growing up Tipping the Velvet on the TV was some of our first glances into lesbian life. Sarah Waters tells us about her new novel ‘The Paying Guests’, which takes us on a journey with two very ordinary women in 1920’s South London lodgings, ultimately ending in tragedy.

Out tomorrow! I hope you are as excited as we are….

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Perfect place for payday!

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Discovery new books in the amazing ‘Gay’s the Word’, on the hottest day of the year so far. Lots of love for London! Follow @gaystheword

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