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Art Threat: London Triptych traces queer desire across the centuries

Owing in large part to Hollywood’s discovery of its infinite star vehicle potential, the “intersecting lives” narrative has become, in recent years, something of a cop out. When the A-story isn’t strong enough, simply prop it up with parallel stories B through F and have them all fatefully (and conveniently) collide about a third of . . . → Read More: Art Threat: London Triptych traces queer desire across the centuries

Art Threat: Femininity, fantasy, and fever dreams – Book review: The Lava in My Bones by Barry Webster

In a delirious, hallucinogenic voice, author Barry Webster turns directly toward the place and experience of femininity in a queer life dominated by masculine desires. . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Femininity, fantasy, and fever dreams – Book review: The Lava in My Bones by Barry Webster

Art Threat: Finding (Queer) Time – Book review: First Spring Grass Fire by Rae Spoon

Rae Spoon (Photo: JJ Levine)

In his remarkable 2009 text, Cruising Utopia, José Esteban Muñoz fixates on the ways in which queer bodies exist outside of and subvert what he calls “straight time.” Straight time, for Muñoz, is what tells queers that “there is no future but the here and now of . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Finding (Queer) Time – Book review: First Spring Grass Fire by Rae Spoon