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  • 94 pages 
  • 21 cm × 15 cm 
  • Published in London, 2020 

A lovely little literary journal, A Queer Anthology of Healing brings together a wide range of art and writing on its small, quiet pages.
Or as Chris Kraus puts it on the outside back cover: “Richard Porter’s Queer Anthology of Healing is a subtle, devastating mix of cuteness and embarrassment, beauty and confession, magic tricks and pain. The artworks and writings in this collection suggest that healing can be achieved through revelation, invocation, observation and disclosure. It’s a much-needed gift right now.”
In this issue:


  • Olivia Laing on a brush with death and free healthcare
  • Kevin Killian on the great leveller of a misheard Kylie Minogue lyric
  • Peter Scalpello on queerness
  • And various thoughts on COVID, queerness, black lives and much more
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