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Adventure Queers Interviews

Adventure Queers: Meet Tricia McGarrah!

Tricia McGarrah (she/her) is one half of Roar Cat Reads (along with Rachel). She writes the book reviews and tv recaps, and her favorite part running this site is hearing and telling the stories of fellow Adventure Queers. Tricia, what made you want to start playing D&D? I have always been a pretty big nerd,Continue Reading

Adventure Queers: Meet Rachel Adams!

Rachel Adams (she/her) is one half of Roar Cat Reads. We’ve been creating content and community for six months now, so we figured it was time that you got to know the women behind the blog! Rachel, you help run a website with the tagline Queer and Nerdy in Vancouver. Have you always identified asContinue Reading

Adventure Queers: Meet Stephanie!

Stephanie, you’re going to GM the 1:00 p.m. PST session for our Rainbow Refugee Charity Event on October 16th. Can you tell us a little about your session? My session takes place in a Sound of Music-esque quaint little Swiss Alps town. The characters are going to try to break into a pair of socialites’Continue Reading


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Are you interested in playing D&D in a queer-friendly, fun-focused space?

Hire Rachel to run a one-shot or Tricia to fill one of 5 spots available for a Curse of Strahd campaign.  We welcome players of any experience level. 

Book a 3 hour online session for $15/person. Group and bundle discounts are available.

LGBTQ+ Book Reviews

A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers

Genre | Science Fiction Page #s | 365Publishing Date | October 2016 Lovelace was once merely a ship’s artificial intelligence. When she wakes up in an new body, following a total system shut-down and reboot, she has no memory of what came before. As Lovelace learns to negotiate the universe and discover who she is,Continue Reading

Meet the Author: Mira Ong Chua

I was thrilled to ask Mira Ong Chua (they/them) some questions about ROADQUEEN: Eternal Roadtrip to Love, a lesbian fake dating graphic novel that had me laughing out loud. Please enjoy this interview with Mira Ong Chua (Twitter Instagram): Roadqueen: Eternal Roadtrip to Love takes place in a world in which queer ladies go toContinue Reading

Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall

Genre | Contemporary Fiction Page #s | 427Publishing Date | July 2020 Luc O’Donnell is tangentially–and reluctantly–famous. His rock star parents split when he was young, and the father he’s never met spent the next twenty years cruising in and out of rehab. Now that his dad’s making a comeback, Luc’s back in the publicContinue Reading

Meet the Author: Nicholas Eames

Nicholas Eames (he/him) is the author of Kings of the Wyld and Bloody Rose, the first two books in the hilarious and heartfelt trilogy The Band. I’m grateful that he took the time to speak with me about the musical influences on his work, how he decided to write a book with a queer femaleContinue Reading

Bloody Rose by Nicholas Eames

Genre | Fantasy Page #s | 544Publishing Date | August 2018 Live fast, die young. Tam Hashford is tired of working at her local pub, slinging drinks for world-famous mercenaries and listening to the bards sing of adventure and glory in the world beyond her sleepy hometown. When the biggest mercenary band of all rollsContinue Reading

Meet the Author: Sarah Blake

It was my absolute pleasure to interview Sarah Blake (she/her) about Naamah. This retelling of the story of Noah from his bisexual wife’s perspective became a fast favorite of mine, and I can’t seem to stop including it in my “Best Of” Lists. Please enjoy this interview with Sarah Blake: What motivated you to retellContinue Reading