A testosterone-fuelled comedy circus that dares to tread where no butch blokes usually go!
A powerful and moving memoir about a white girl coming of age in the South in the 1960s and the black woman who inspired her to forge her own path.
When young Julian sees three beautiful women with flowing hair, he imagines them to be mermaids and wants to be just like them. A picture book about imagination and identity for ages 4+.
Walker Books Australia has announced a ground-breaking collection of Young Adult (YA) short stories by LGBTQIA+ Australian authors.
Alfie Ordinary offers a bitter twist to his highly enjoyable sequined romp through his young life at Madame LeCoq's Preparatory School for Fabulous Boys.
2018's Fringe Ambassador, comedian Joel Creasey, has lived a short but busy life so far and marks the occasion with an autobiography of his journey from a McCafe to the world stage.
The Australian parliament has voted to allow same-sex marriage, ending the ban on gay and lesbian couples marrying.
An engaging, illustrated look at theories on gender, identity and sexuality & how normative differences tend to privilege one type of ‘being’ over its opposite.
Over three periods in his life, a boy grows into a man, learning to be his own person and accepting his sexuality in a world that hasn't accept him.
The stay-at-home husband of an ambitious banker begins to discover life outside their marriage when new friends introduce him to a much wider world than he's ever known.
An inspirational collection of photographs take by Tom Dingley over 2 years, showing LGBT people as they are today, holding photos of when they were younger.
A policewoman who has turned to alcohol to deal with her past, finds healing and romance in the arms of the woman caring for her sick sister.
When best friends and lovers, Allan and Warwick, die, they discover an assortment of characters trapped in purgatory with unresolved issues who also can't move on.
A haunting brings two grieving women together but they both have to exorcise their own ghosts before they can find happiness again and let themselves love.
We chat with American author K.A. Moll, who writes lesbian romance novels focusing on troubled women who find healing and happiness through love.
A popular DJ goes on the run with her best friend when they accidentally gain possession of a bag of money belonging to the crime boss that runs the nightclub.
Check out the not to be missed events on the Feast Festival program... This will be epic!
We sat down with the Austrian stunner to ask her the questions that others wouldn't...
A year 10 boy at a Catholic school lays all of his thoughts & feelings on the line, describing the fears and complexities of teenage life, sexuality & religion.
The Adelaide premiere of the controversial documentary Gayby Baby will hit Adelaide screens on 1 October with a special Q&A session with director Maya Newell.