The year in queer: An A-Z guide to the exceptional LGBTQ arts and culture of 2018
By Peter Knegt
Source: CBC Arts
As the world seemed to generally continue to fall into an abyss of pre-apocalypse in 2018, creative queer folks around the world sure did decide to make the most of it. Across essentially every medium, LGBTQ artistry felt like it was having a renaissance, with queer film, television, literature and music all offering so many examples of true greatness — and a lot of it finding its way to the mainstream to unprecedented degrees along the way (so much so in music’s regard that the hashtag #20GAYTEEN was born).
So before we head into the ideally just-as-queer waters of 2019, let’s reflect back on the year that was using some good old fashioned A to Zs to pay tribute to the arts and culture narratives that defined just how queer and here we were indeed in 2018.READ ARTICLE