15 LGBTQ+ Classics You Need to Read

15 LGBTQ+ Classics You Need to Read

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“Every classic was written by a straight white man!” goes the saying. But in reality, a lot of books we now consider to be “classics” were written by people of color, women, and LGBTQ+ people. Dismissing all classic literature, or every book written before the turn of the millennium, as books written exclusively by old white dudes erases all of the work that people from marginalized groups did. So, because of pride month, and because literature (old and new) by underrepresented voices always deserves a special shout-out, here is a list of LGBTQ+ classics that you should read if you …

4 Authors-Turned-Screen Writers Who Hated Their Film Adaptations

4 Authors-Turned-Screen Writers Who Hated Their Film Adaptations

Book Culture

Sometimes famous authors try to adapt their own books to the big screen because if you want it done right, then you got to do it yourself. But film is a collaborative effort, and the shift from a one-person medium to a multi-person medium can be quite the shock, and often the creatives working on these collaborative projects don’t see eye to eye. As a result, despite being involved in the production, there are many instances of authors detesting the adaptation of their work. Here are four top examples:     4. Roald Dahl, WIlly Wonka & the Chocolate Factory   …