For a while, there was also Ganymede, founded by John Stahle. Ganymede was a beautiful literary journal; Stahle was a book designer and used it to show off his skills and love for quality literature. Sadly, after seven issues, Stahle died, with it a journal, with that another queer space.
If the death of Stahle has taught us anything, it is that queer publication spaces are needed. Yet like anything in the publication world, it has the same struggles of finding contributors (magazines as a rule don't pay well), and finding readers (readers as a rule are usually writers themselves).
Out of the death, however, comes something else. In 2011, Sibling Rivalry Press will continue Stahle's tradition with Assaracus, a journal of queer men's poetry, edited by Bryan Borland. Additionally, Borland also edited the last issue of Ganymede, entitled Ganymede Unfinished. But to be the same success as Ganymede, Assaracus will need writers; equally important, Assaracus will need readers.
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(Also, thanks to the poet Ocean Vuong for bringing this to my attention. I don't write poetry [anymore] and felt the least I could do was past this on)