cover of book

QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking 9, no. 1
edited by Charles E. Morris III and Thomas K. Nakayama
Michigan State University Press Journals, 2022
Paper: 978-1-68430-181-2

In This Issue

“Every Nigga Is a Star”: A Critical Reflection on the Fifth Anniversary of Moonlight
Jeffrey Q. McCune

In Moonlight, Perpetually Outside
Isaiah Matthew Wooden

Moving through Trauma: Black Queer Vulnerability in Moonlight
Maurice Tracy

“Don’t Look at Me!”: Deviance and the Uncontrollable Image of Black Motherhood in Moonlight
Terrance Wooten

The Queerness of Touch: Mutual Recognition and Deep Intimacy in Moonlight
Marlon M. Bailey

“Stay Down”: Moonlight and Negative Affect as an Analytic
Antonia Randolph

On Touching, Where Tender Meets Tough
Godfried Asante

Jesus Died to Guide the Prophet in the Moon’s Blue Chunk
Baba Badji 

Book Reviews
Poor Queer Studies: Confronting Elitism in the University, by Matt Brim
Reviewed by Rebekah Jo Aycock

Queer Korea, edited by Todd A. Henry
Reviewed by Seonah Kim

Foucault’s Strange Eros, by Lynne Huffer
Reviewed by Lauren Guilmette

Plague Years: A Doctor’s Journey through the AIDS Crisis, by Ross Slotten
Reviewed by Seth Knievel

Shakespeare and Queer Representation, by Stephen Guy-­Bray
Reviewed by Jason Boyd

We Are Everywhere: Protest, Power, and Pride in the History of Queer Liberation, by Matthew Riemer and Leighton Brown
Reviewed by Hunter Thompson

Film Reviews
Frank, directed by Lenny Abrahamson
Reviewed by Paul Walker

Making Sweet Tea, directed by John L. Jackson
Reviewed by Jeffrey Q. McCune

Rafiki, directed by Wanuri Kahiu
Reviewed by Kyéra Sterling

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