In the fall of 2020 my University Press of Mississippi fellow authors Pip Gordon and John Marszalek, and I started “Queer Voices of the South,” a new podcast on the New Books Network to showcase the work of other Southern writers like ourselves – writers who’ve published books in the LGBTQ genre. Here’s a list of the books we’ve covered to date:
Ardoin, Gordon, Marszalek: Queer Voices of the South: Year in Review
Ashon T. Crawley, “The Lonely Letters” (Duke U. Press, 2020)
C’est tout! – M
About Queer Voices of the South
The Queer Voices of the South (QVotS) podcast is part of the New Books Network. We interview the writers, editors, and publishers of recent books in the LGBT+ genre who cover the Southern U.S. LGBT+ experience within their work.
Morris Ardoin is a writer living in Upstate New York. His book, STONE MOTEL – MEMOIRS of a CAJUN BOY can be purchased on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indibound, and other booksellers, and is also available as an audiobook on Audible.
Pip Gordon is Associate Professor of English, and Gay Studies Coordinator at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and the author of GAY FAULKNER – UNCOVERING a HOMOSEXUAL PRESENCE in YOKNAPATAWPHA and BEYOND
John Marszalek is clinical faculty of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Southern New Hampshire University and the author of COMING OUT of the MAGNOLIA CLOSET – SAME SEX COUPLES in MISSISSIPPI