The November 2015 Issue is roughly 30 pages long, filled cover to cover with short stories and poetry all centered around a positive portrayal of queerness.
Table of Contents
Milk, Bread, Eggs by D. G. Swain – a supervillain stops at the supermarket to get food for her and her girlfriend, but runs into a superhero in the produce aisle
My Girlfriend is a Goddess and Aromantic, Not a Romantic by Lauren Shaw – two lovely poems by a bisexual/demisexual, greyromantic English poet – the mind behind the “Queer Media Representation” tumblr
Brewing Day by Peni Griffin – a retelling of Rumpelstiltschen, showing a behind-the-scenes look at the man – and his husband – as they anticipate the new baby about to enter their lives
The Pros and Cons of Hooking Up with Fae Strangers at Clubs on Work Nights by H. E. Bergeron – a trans college student finds himself transported to Faerieland after a one-night stand with a Fae man named Rue, illustrated by Scott Debow, whose art is featured on the cover of this issue.