I reviewed Queers Dig Time Lords for Cobalt. Here is a tiny bit of what I had to say:
"Queers Dig Time Lords comprises a queer response to the Doctor, the Companions, the TARDIS, and other Whovian delights. The basic premise of the book is simple: ask a bunch of LGTBQ writers to put together essays about their experience of Who, assemble into a collection, share with the world. The actual execution is more complicated: the essays range from explorations of the show’s campiness to a poignant letter written from one contributor to her teenage self. They are serious as well as whimsical, and sometimes manage to be both at once………..”
To find the book, you can check out indiebound.org or search through any of your favorite booksellers. To read the rest of the review, click here. 

I reviewed Queers Dig Time Lords for Cobalt. Here is a tiny bit of what I had to say:

"Queers Dig Time Lords comprises a queer response to the Doctor, the Companions, the TARDIS, and other Whovian delights. The basic premise of the book is simple: ask a bunch of LGTBQ writers to put together essays about their experience of Who, assemble into a collection, share with the world. The actual execution is more complicated: the essays range from explorations of the show’s campiness to a poignant letter written from one contributor to her teenage self. They are serious as well as whimsical, and sometimes manage to be both at once………..”

To find the book, you can check out indiebound.org or search through any of your favorite booksellers. To read the rest of the review, click here.