There are no handicaps for QDA: A Queer Disabled Anthology
contributors David Cummer and Lucas Scheelk (interviewed by correspondents Dixie Treichel and John Townsend).
The writers featured in Crooked Letter I: Coming Out in the South
wrestle with U.S. Southern inhospitality (reviewed by Queer Life & Literature commentator Janet Mason
Remembering some LGBT luminaries we lost this year in an extended Rainbow Minute
(produced by Judd Proctor and Brian Burns, read by Mary Wallace).
And in NewsWrap
: an activist/attorney renews the challenge to Jamaica's "buggery" law, out candidates score electoral firsts in Venezuela and Australia, the U.K. and U.S. each set out the welcome mat for LGBT Syrian refugees, a 4-year old Swiss boy demands the legal recognition of both his dads in the European Court of Human Rights, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Michael LeBeau and Carole Meyers (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).
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