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QueerBookdom

QueerBookdom

CLOWNERY, QUEERNESS AND BOOKS…

A Cadet on Newporth Beach, near Falmouth with Another Boy in the Sea

Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)

Photo credit: National Trust Images


Wilkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome to QueerBookdom!

A QUEER blog created by a queer reader, focused on covering queerness in its every facet, across all media, but principally in books


Hei, I am Gabriele (they/he, -Ι™ in IT). I am an Italian islander who is rather ravenous about books and all other media featuring queerness. I am going to review and recommend books, TV series, movies, music, art to anyone who will be willing enough to read my blog. You will find reviews both in English and Italian, without a real schedule, because I am quite messy!

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🌈 2022 December Queer Releases πŸŒˆ

Nota Bene: an asterisk (*) is added near the titles to mean that the book DOES NOT feature queer characters on page (to my knowledge), but the author is queer and therefore still in need of our support as those book are intrinsically queer (or at least I think so, everyone elseContinue reading “🌈 2022 December Queer Releases πŸŒˆ”

Supporting Debuts: 2022 queer debuts you should make sure not to miss! – Part 7: The Final Round-up

Nota Bene: an asterisk (*) is added near the titles to mean that the book DOES NOT feature queer characters on page (to my knowledge), but the author is queer and therefore still in need of our support as those book are intrinsically queer (or at least I think so, everyone elseContinue reading “Supporting Debuts: 2022 queer debuts you should make sure not to miss! – Part 7: The Final Round-up”


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The New Bracelet

Henryk Siemiradzki (1843-1902)


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