The ever-expanding Queerguru is always looking for new writers to join our Team, so we are more than happy to recommend ‘Telling Tails’ Creative Writing Course devised and taught by internationally acclaimed publisher and author Justin David. This eight-week online course for beginners delivers the nuts and bolts of how to write a … Continue reading
Of all of his talents and achievements, it’s as a chronicler of queer history that makes Bartlett a hero in Queerguru’s eyes. From his splendid first book Who Was That Man, which showed how the gay history of London in the 1890s affected Bartlett’s life as a gay man in London in the 1980s to his latest novel Address Book.
His passionate interest in how our past has shaped our queer present and future is such a sheer joy. So we jumped at the opportunity to talk to him about this on the eve of the publishing of Address Book by Inkandescent
Inkandescent is an independent Brit queer publishing venture created by Justin David and Nathan Evans in London with a commitment to ideas, subjects, and voices underrepresented by mainstream publishing, and a hope to discover and celebrate original, diverse and transgressive literature and art, to challenge the status quo. This week sees the … Continue reading
London queer book publisher Inkandescent serve up spirited spoken word with a side of film and music. Host Nathan Evans is joined by Keith Jarrett—writer, performer, educator, and UK Poetry Slam champion—Rick Dove—current Hammer & Tongue National Poetry Slam champion—and Stanley Iyanu—semi-finalist in the BBC Words First competition. Inkandescent was founded by Justin David … Continue reading
If you sit anywhere on the queer spectrum then you’ll know how very important it is that we write our own stories. Failing that we need to encourage and support others that do it on our behalf. That’s where Inkandescent comes into it. The brainchild of East London queer couple writer/publisher Justin David and writer/editor … Continue reading