Review – Unprotected by Billy Porter

Visibility is hard. Anyone who creates and wants to be noticed by the millions of people on-line day after day can tell you that. We do what we can. Now imagine you’re a young, black gay man in the 1980’s and 90’s who, despite being possessed of an awesome talent, constantly has to fight againstContinue reading “Review – Unprotected by Billy Porter”

Review of Dangerous – An Intimate Journey To The Heart of Boxing by Ian Probert

Quite frankly, a book about boxing would not be an automatic go-to read for me, but because I had read Johnny Nothing, Ian Probert’s satire for kids, I was confident that I would enjoy the writing style, if not the subject. Years before, Michael Watson was critically and permanently injured during a world title fightContinue reading “Review of Dangerous – An Intimate Journey To The Heart of Boxing by Ian Probert”