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Love_Is_Love: An Anthology for LGBTQIA+ Teens By Various Authors
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Love_Is_Love is a forthcoming collection of beautiful stories, poems, personal essays, and artwork for LGBTQIA teens. We hope Love_Is_Love will help lend support to LGBTQIA teens struggling to deal... More > with the pervasive homophobic and transphobic rhetoric that can make the world feel like a terrifying and unsafe place. All of the proceeds collected from this anthology will be donated to The Trevor Project, an organization that has been saving the lives of LGBTQIA teens since 1998. We would also like to dedicate Love_Is_Love to young adults whose lives were cut short because of bigotry, cruelty, and ignorance. Matthew Shepard, Brandon Teena, Lashai Mclean, Paige Clay, Mollie Olgin, Tiffany Gooden, Gabriel Fernandez, and countless others, you ARE ALL LOVED, MISSED, AND CHERISHED.< Less
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Unimaginable Star By Anna Mikoski
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Etoile Adderson has settled into a comfortable chapter in her life: one of work, romance, and motherhood. She believes she has everything she could possibly want. But her tumultuous past is never far... More > away. New challenges and old fears threaten to destroy Etoile. Will her new life be enough to make her happy?< Less
Philly Queer Calendar By Sa'Mantha SayTen
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Philly Queer Calendar features queer artists, activists, and allies who have banded together to create a collaborative project that can be hung in households as a source of disruptive counter-culture... More > conversation. Proceed are given to Say10 Studios, a queer collective and photo/video studio created by queer folks for queer folks.< Less
Eager to Break By Eliana Gray
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Contemporary poetry offers to liquify form and defy genre. In this brave collection of new original work, Eliana Gray cuts a bloody trail through the conventional and takes us on a visceral, personal... More > journey of pain and transformation. She reveals a resilience of spirit that refuses to give up, despite balancing on the bleeding edge. Poems that teeter and sway but never let us fall. Eliana Gray is an award winning writer living mostly in Ōtepoti. Their work is much less confused than they are and much more eloquent. Their debut collection of poetry ‘Eager To Break’ will be available in April. They can be found onInstagram @foxfoxxfox and various small places on the internet. Watch facebook.com/girlsonkey for tour updates View the book trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNwECGy_38s www.girlsonkey.com< Less
Dark Mirror: the inner work of witchcraft By Yvonne Aburrow
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Inner work is a name commonly given to the inner processes that happen in ritual. It can also mean the transformation of the psyche that comes about through engaging in religious ritual. However, the... More > best kind of inner work also has an effect outside the individual and outside the circle. When rituals are focused only on self-development, they tend to be a bit too introspective. Ritual is about creating and maintaining relationships and connections – between body, mind, and spirit; with the Earth, Nature, the land, the spirit world, the community, and friends. It is about making meaning, weaving a web of symbolism, story, mythology, meaning, community, and love. Creating a community that welcomes and celebrates diversity. Creating strong and authentic identity to resist the pressures of consumerism and commercialism and capitalism. Weaving relationship with other beings: humans, animals, birds, spirits, deities.< Less
Dark Mirror - The Inner Work of Witchcraft By Yvonne Aburrow
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Inner work is a name commonly given to the inner processes that happen in ritual. It can also mean the transformation of the psyche that comes about through engaging in religious ritual. However, the... More > best kind of inner work also has an effect outside the individual and outside the circle. When rituals are focused only on self-development, they tend to be a bit too introspective. Ritual is about creating and maintaining relationships and connections – between body, mind, and spirit; with the Earth, Nature, the land, the spirit world, the community, and friends. It is about making meaning, weaving a web of symbolism, story, mythology, meaning, community, and love. Creating a community that welcomes and celebrates diversity. Creating strong and authentic identity to resist the pressures of consumerism and commercialism and capitalism. Weaving relationship with other beings: humans, animals, birds, spirits, deities.< Less
Queering History By Maggie Keenan-Bolger
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Emma is a quiet, unobtrusive high school student who also happens to be queer. Her high school history class is turned upside down by a visit from her 'Fairy Queen Godmother,' Kinsey Scale and his... More > Gaggle of Historical Gays. Written in collaboration with LGBTQIA Homeless Youth, Queering History explores how our world might be different if LGBTQIA history was taught in our schools. A multi-character play for ages 14 and up, Queering History is the perfect script for a high school theatre program, a Gay/Straight Alliance, audition monologues for youth, or for any young person frustrated by the lack of LGBTQIA history taught in their schools. A version for High Schools is also available, just search "Queering History: High School Version"< Less
Queering History By Maggie Keenan-Bolger
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Emma is a quiet, unobtrusive high school student who also happens to be queer. Her high school history class is turned upside down by a visit from her 'Fairy Queen Godmother,' Kinsey Scale and his... More > Gaggle of Historical Gays. Written in collaboration with LGBTQIA Homeless Youth, Queering History explores how our world might be different if LGBTQIA history was taught in our schools. A multi-character play for ages 14 and up, Queering History is the perfect script for a high school theatre program, a Gay/Straight Alliance, audition monologues for youth, or for any young person frustrated by the lack of LGBTQIA history taught in their schools. A version for High Schools is also available, just search "Queering History: High School Version"< Less
Queering History: High School Version By Maggie Keenan-Bolger
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Emma is a quiet, unobtrusive high school student who also happens to be queer. Her high school history class is turned upside down by a visit from her 'Fairy Queen Godmother,' Kinsey Scale and his... More > Gaggle of Historical Gays. Written in collaboration with LGBTQIA Homeless Youth, Queering History explores how our world might be different if LGBTQIA history was taught in our schools. A multi-character play for ages 14 and up, Queering History is the perfect script for a high school theatre program, a Gay/Straight Alliance, audition monologues for youth, or for any young person frustrated by the lack of LGBTQIA history taught in their schools. Queering History: High School Version offers an age-appropriate version of the script for youth performance and study. A non-High School version is also available, just search "Queering History."< Less

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