Autumn 2021

Introduction by Maia Baum and Amanda Castro Thijssen


A Short History of a Queer Happy Ending: Sarah Winman’s Homage to E.M. Forster’s Maurice by Ris Schortinghuis

Time Heals all Wounds? Damon Galgut’s The Promise covers South African history from a new perspective by Acacia Caven

SEX AND PLAGIARISM: Kathy Acker Walks Into a Bar… by Elif Kayahan

Queering Conventional Rom–com Tropes in She Drives Me Crazy By Kelly Quindlen by Machteld Laan

I Had a Miscarriage: A Panorama of Perspectives by Angela Kroes

Great Circle Makes a Soaring Start but Runs Out of Fuel by Lisa Leenstra

Should Have Read the Fine Print: A review of Zakiya Dalila Harris’s debut novel The Other Black Girl by Sophie Bierhuizen

Some Unorthodox but Nevertheless Pertinent Advice on Why You Should Never Invite an Author to your House: Rachel Cusk’s Second Place Reviewed by Jake Regan

The Queer Line: Coming of Age on the Subway: A review of Casey McQuiston’s One Last Stop by Nina van der Linden

The Story of Britain’s Last Hanged Prisoner: The Fortune Men by Amanda Castro Thijssen

In Moonland: The Inevitable Influence of the Past by Sanne Tukker

, I love you: Three Letters To the Colour Blue by Anna Sóley Ásmundsdóttir

The Rewards of Rereading: A Review of Anuk Arudpragasam’s A Passage North by Eva Soares

A Painfully Captivating Novel About Death, Grief, and Acceptance: Review of TJ Klune’s Under the Whispering Door by Judith Revenberg

Death Among the Tealeaves: TJ Klune’s Under the Whispering Door by Tara Huisman

In the Tradition of Perceiving Women: A Review of Virginia Feito’s Mrs. March
by Juliette Huisman

Why Patricia Lockwood’s No One is Talking About This Is a Must Read by Paula Werdnik

About The Last House on Needless Street… At Least it Isn’t Cats (2019)
by Chantal Groot

A Review of Michaela Coel’s Misfits: A Personal Manifesto by Kathelijne Schoonackers

Flowers for Robin: A Review of Richard Powers’ Bewilderment
by Joppe Kips

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