Spotlight: Abdi Nazemian

This month, The LGBT Sentinel is proud to present Abdi Nazemian as our spotlight author. His latest book sees him take on the world of Young Adult fiction in The Authentics released on August 8. What begins as an English class assignment transforms into a messy but fulfilling journey of self-discovery for a Beverly Hills… Keep Reading


Something Like Summer

    Something Like Summer, an adaption of Jay Bell’s young adult novel of the same name, follows the protagonist Benjamin Bentley as he journeys through life experiencing the joys, mishaps, and struggles of love and being out and openly gay. A combination of love, passion, and a hint of obsession evolve as Ben becomes… Keep Reading


Outfest Review: The Death And Life Of Marsha P. Johnson

Marsha P “Pay It No Mind” Johnson Stonewall Veteran, Performer, Panhandler, Prostitute, Warhol Model. 1945 – 1992   In the early hours of June 28th, 1969, the NYPD raided New York City’s Stonewall Inn. Marsha P. Johnson is credited, along with friend Sylvia Rivera, as being one of the first to fight back against the… Keep Reading

Outfest Review: God’s Own Country

Many queer stories are urban stories, examining the lives of queer people searching for community in cities around the world. Smaller towns and rural areas are often devoid of an active LGBTQ+ community, leading many people to make their way to bigger cities, where they might find community, friends, and romantic partners. However, relocation isn’t… Keep Reading

Bryan Fuller: Outfest 2017 Opening Night

Bryan Fuller was honored last night at the opening night of Outfest for his work. Watch Zachary Quinto deliver an inspiring intro of Fuller below:  Fuller  has worked on  shows like “Dead Like Me,” “Wonderfalls,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Hannibal” and most recently “American Gods,” Fuller’s stories push boundaries and present characters that feel modern and transgressive, not… Keep Reading

Outfest 2017

The LGBT Sentinel is thrilled to be a sponsor at Outfest LA. Here are the ten films we’re most looking forward to watching. Attending Outfest? Pick up your copy of the LGBT Sentinel when you’re there! Get your tickets : #LGBTSentinel #OutfestLA Keep Reading

4 Awesome Queer Literary Journals

Time to take a break from reading the news (after you’ve called your senators/ the remaining undecided senators to protest the American Healthcare Act It’s great to stay informed, but it’s also important not to let ourselves get hopelessly anxious over the latest headlines. Here are 7 gender- and genre-bending literary journals of queer… Keep Reading

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