The Klunatics Podcast
Episode 5: The Long and Winding Road of Queer Literature
We’re going back in time to examine what queer literature looked like in its infancy, how that affected the people who read it, and how it’s evolved to better represent queer people and educate allies.
The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Jon Steiger.
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