Today marks exactly 131 years since the first publication of 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' by famous Irish writer, Oscar Wilde, in its earliest form in 'Lippincott's Monthly Magazine.' To celebrate this novel that has since then become a manifesto for the British Aesthetic movement, and its author that has gained considerable recognition among scholars and artists alike, let's take a look at some unknown facts about Oscar Wilde, and 'The Picture of Dorian Gray!' From fun to heartbreaking, fascinating to scandalous, take your pick, and share your favorite piece of trivia with your friends!
Welcome to the Literary LGBT+ booktoker series for pride month. Weather you are in quest to dive in the queer experience or you want to explore authors that represents LGBT+ in literature while depicting thought provoking characters, this is the place where you will find the perfect recommders along with their queer recommendations.
The supervillains' cover organization, and Jess’s crush Abby, another intern, both specialize in creating robots, such as cleaning robots that accomplish chores. With this idea in mind, I wondered what other types of robots could exist to make life easier. Here is the list I've compiled:
Roxane Gay is the bold, Black, feminist auntie you never had. This New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and Twitter phenom is here to take names and kick ass (at Scrabble).
June is Pride Month of course, and there are many books with LGBTQIA+ themes to read during this month, including historical fiction!