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NEW RELEASE: Superheroes Take Over the World – Wendy Rathbone

Superheroes Take Over the World - Wendy Rathbone

QSFer Wendy Rathbone has a new superhero poetry out: Superheroes Take Over the World. Poems about superheroes by award-winning poet Wendy Rathbone. Some are familiar, some made up. These are their innermost thoughts, their ecstasies and despairs, their hatreds and loves. Some want vengeance. Some want to be worshiped. Some want to retire to a nice safe bed. Get It At Amazon Author Bio Hi, I’m Wendy and I’m a voracious reader as well as an author. Currently, I write all male/male romances and am lately focused on omegaverse. For many years mm has been my first love. The stories … Read more

INTERVIEW: Addison Heimann, Creator of Kappa Force, a Just released Queer Poc Superhero Series

“Kappa Force,” fun satire of school rom-coms breaks the mold with parody pop songs and a cast of fabulous queer femme POC, trans and lesbian college superhero sorority sisters seeking “ Sorority Justice for Frat Boy Scum”, led by Madeline Weinstein  who starred in Netfilx’s ALEX STRANGELOVE and is leading on Broadway in the Harry Potter Musical. The LatinX creator, Addison Heimann, birthed this show from depression and into activism…all with humor. :) The show is streaming on Revry TV – “stream. out. loud.” See the Trailer Here We have an interview with Addison, the creator of the show: Queer Sci Fi: Tell me about KAPPA … Read more

Graphic Novel Week Day Two: Superheroes

Graphic Novel Week

Hey all, The long-awaited graphic novel week is here! Today’s topic – Superheroes: Superheroes were long solely the province of (mostly white) heterosexuals. But that’s slowly beginning to change. Queer as Folk (the US version) famously featured Rage and JT. Saturday Night Live spoofed them with the Ambiguously Gay Duo. And we’ve had a number of other characters come out in the Marvel and DC universes. But now we’ve got some of our own, including The Young Protectors, a great LGBT series done by the fabulous Alex Woolfson and the great illustrator Adam DeKraker – we’ll have both of them … Read more

Announcement: Where There’s Fire, by Cari Z.

Where There's Fire

QSFer Cari Z. has a new super villain book out: Making a name for myself as a Villain in Panopolis is hard work. Six months ago, my boyfriend broke me out of jail. Now he’s spending most of his time defending our turf against other Villains he accidentally freed along with me. And my new psychic powers are not only impossible to control, but they’re also giving me migraines. But it’s not all doom and gloom. My skills are improving every day, and Raul—aka the Mad Bombardier—and I have never been happier. That is, until my first solo job is … Read more