|queer culture and literature links updated 3/2011|
Amaranth Womyn Lesbian Community & Magazine: venue for womyn artists to display and promote their art, paintings, and photography to writings of all kinds.
Arts Extra! is a Queer positive online publication by Jamie Windborne who covers news, features and the fanfare of the San Francisco arts community.
Behind the Mask is a web magazine on Gay and Lesbian affairs in Africa, based in Johannesburg, SA. You might be interested in our arts and culture section or our links to LGBT organisations and websites in various African countries.
Blithe House Quarterly: a site for gay short fiction invites you to browse its latestedition.
Bookstorming.com. A Paris-based online resource for contemporary art publications, editions and artists' books.
Concharbooks 50+ categories, from antiquarian first-editions to all types of fiction. A fun and extensive gay-owned bookstore with a radical Celtic flavour, selling to all over the world from Cardiff, Wales.
CreamDrops. An Art and Literary Journal for Gay Men published by David Olin Tullis in Saint Louis, Missouri with current and back issues available free online.
The Quentin Crisp Archives preserves and maintains the manuscripts, artworks by and about, and various artifacts related to the life and legend of Quentin Crisp for the purpose of education, research and the promotion of his philosophy of individuality, self acceptance and tolerence., editing, coaching, and related resources.
GALA Magazine/ Gay And Lesbian Artists - giving voice to unseen, unheard, and undiscovered artists within the gay and lesbian community.
Gay & Lesbian
is widely considered the premier forum for discussion and
analysis of contemporary gay, lesbian and bisexual ideas and
Arthur Rimbaud. The Drunken Boat: the 19th Century gay life and poetry of Arthur Rimbaud who is considered by many critics to be France's greatest poet.
The Sacred Antinous. Erotically charged illustrated queer-themed historical fiction about the Roman Emperor Hadrian and his young Greek lover Antinous. "My vision for the project," states creator Shawn Postoff, "is one that combines the online writing with staged performances and visual arts including original mosaics, drawing and painting,"
SF International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Presented by Frameline, the Festival recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.
Solanas Online. We want to offer a resource to queer kids all over the planet in search of an alternative to XY magazine, Ani Difranco, and the token "Real World" Fag on this season's run. (May '03 Site of the Month)
Songs from the Age of the Closet. A compilation of art songs written by gay composers from the 19th and early 20th centuries, performed by Elif Savas and Martin Hennessy.
Thoughts . A journal of
subversive writing, with illustrations by Tim
(June '001 Site of the Month)
Timil Deeps. Home of the comic strip, '52 TIMIL DEEPS! Featuring new episodes, FREE DEEPS stuff, online shopping, character information, contests and games.
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: a Website in the form of a festschrift / memory book created to commemorate the 175th jubilee birthday of Gay activist Karl Heinrich Ulrichs.
Uncle Donald's Castro Street is a collection of stories and pictures about the San Francisco Castro district in the 1970's, including an extensive Harvey Milk section.
Walt Whitman Hypertext Archive presents digitized images of Whitman's writings in their original documentary forms. This is a fascinating example of the power of the web to make the rarest of manuscripts accessible to everyone.
Wild Hearts: Lesbian Sacred Sexuality & Arts features photography, poetry and music by Elsa Gidlow, Jennifer Berezan, and Marcelina Martin.
World History of Male Love. A very interesting site intended to bring back into the light of common knowledge the examples of those societies – our own ancestors – that integrated the love of one male for another into the social fabric.