Short Stories 366:165 — “Mafia Butterfly,” by Raymond Luczak

A few years ago, I was lucky enough to go to watch a panel with Raymond Luczak in Toronto, specifically about queerness and Deafness, and I've been diving my way through his work ever since. He's clever and funny and has a turn-of-phrase skill I just adore, and this is so very apparent in "Mafia … Continue reading Short Stories 366:165 — “Mafia Butterfly,” by Raymond Luczak

Short Stories 366:153 — “September Song,” by Raymond Luczak

Happy Pride Month! As is likely clear by now, I have an anthology and collection purchasing problem. I adore short fiction (again, super clear by now) and especially I love finding new voices by reading queer anthologies, and as such there are more than a few queer anthologies and collections on my shelf that I'm … Continue reading Short Stories 366:153 — “September Song,” by Raymond Luczak