Category Archives: Andrea Lawlor

Books of the year…so far

It’s been a funny, strange and often disturbing year so far and it started with a bit of a book drought for me – I couldn’t seem to settle on anything until, that is, Tracey Thorn’s Another Planet came along … Continue reading

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Paul takes the form of a mortal girl -Andrea Lawlor

All illustrations by Homocult (Manchester, England 1992) It is 1993 and Paul is at university in the USA, obsessed with music, queer theory, comics and sex.┬áHe is also a shape-shifter who can alter his body at will, flexing and shrinking … Continue reading

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A Queer Book Haul

Two queer books this week, firstly Andrea Lawlor‘s novel, ‘Paul takes the form of a mortal girl’ which promises to be a sex-gender mindfuck of a romp: ‘It’s 1993 and Paul Polydorus tends bar at the only gay club in … Continue reading

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