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Which One Is The Bridge

As they cruise through 21st century Brooklyn, Charles Theonia’s romantic, hopeful characters have a lot to endure: ice cream trucks packed with undercover policemen, white cat hairs on immaculate all-black outfits, and wrenching romantic disappointments on permanent rotation. Full of … Continued

Improvise, Girl, Improvise

“Even without the preferred methods, one must survive,” swears Lovedog, one of the incandescent stars in Lilith Latini’s constellation of trans heroines. But these women are far from satisfied with mere survival. Whether fooling around with boys, dancing till sunrise, … Continued

I’ve Got A Time Bomb

On her way home from a gay wedding, Sybil’s eponymous protagonist is ambushed, beaten, and left for dead on the train tracks. Days later, Sybil awakens in a hospital and finds her skull has been reconstructed, but it quickly becomes … Continued

He Mele A Hilo

Something strange is happening in Hilo. Noleani Choi’s new show about the life of Jesus Christ told through hula dance has everyone, especially her halau, wondering what she could possibly be thinking. Rumors circulate about a rich guy from the … Continued

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May 20, 2015

Long-Distance Book Club: Stagestruck

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May 4, 2015

Poetry: New Books by Lilith Latini and Charles Theonia Due Out In June

Press Contact: Cat Fitzpatrick 201-282-0745 cat@topsidepress.com Topside Press is pleased to announce the publication of two books in a new series of works by transgender poets. Improvise, Girl, Improvise by Lilith Latini and Which One Is The Bridge by Charles … Continued

Susan Jane Bigelow

The Seeker Star

Reviewed by A. K. Blue

A.K. Blue reviews the second in Susan Jane Bigelow's Star Trilogy.

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TriArt Film

Movie Trailer for the film Nånting Måste Gå Sönder (Something Must Break)

Reviewed by Torrey Peters

A review of the movie trailer for Nånting Måste Gå Sönder (Something Must Break), a trailer that might be more upsetting than the film itself.

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Nia King

Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Stories of Some of Our Lives

Reviewed by Tom Léger

An absolute must-read for artists who want to engage with the most compelling QTPOC art and activism of our time

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Margot Rhiannon

Picking Up The Pieces

Reviewed by Torrey Peters

Margot's zine has been passed hand to hand for a few years now. We're happy to finally post it for free download on Spotlight

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