Jack and Algernon, do whatever they can to change their names in order to be with them…There’s a lot of social commentary, but what especially catches my eye is the significance that Wilde places on playing a role – in this case the role of Ernest, among others.
J.K. Rowling has released a new book under her pseudonym Robert Galbraith. ‘Troubled Blood’ features a cisgender serial killer who dresses as a woman.
‘The Witcher’ is the first big R-rated high fantasy TV show to come out after ‘Game of Thrones’, and love it or hate it, ‘Game of Thrones’ kind of changed everything, at least where fantasy TV is concerned.
The way in which we think about, discuss, and perceive gender is one of the most important and ongoing revolutions in our society today, and we’re all currently living in a significant historical period. Naturally, this shift in public consciousness is reflected in the art that is being produced. (And what’s more revolutionary than art?) So, without further ado, here are five powerful novels that will change the way you think about gender and the world in which we’re living. 1. The Book of Flora by Meg Elison Set in post-apocalyptic San Francisco, the final installment in Elison’s Road to …