Korey Broderick

Korey B is an avid reader and literary critic whose love for the written word is practically all-consuming. Whether for pleasure, to cope with stress, or simply to pass the time, Korey finds solace in the pages of a good book. Astute analysis and a discerning eye for quality storytelling make Korey a trusted voice in literature and a must-read for any lover of the written word. Read more of Korey’s work at koreyb.com
Review: Jack’s Ever After

Review: Jack’s Ever After

Owen Lach’s Jack’s Ever After: Another Modern Queer Fairy Tale shines with nuanced characters, poignant storytelling, and a heartfelt exploration of the challenges that threaten a happily ever after.

Review: Pageboy

Review: Pageboy

Elliot Page’s Pageboy is a courageous and illuminating memoir that shares Page’s personal story and contributes to the broader discourse on gender and identity.

Review: Small Joys

Review: Small Joys

Elvin James Mensah’s Small Joys is a poignant chronicle of friendship, mental illness, and the power of human connection.

Review: Broken Valley

Review: Broken Valley

Owen Lach’s Broken Valley is a captivating queer science fiction tale that blends clever world-building, breathless action, and thoughtful, compelling relationships.