Teyah Miller, Courtney Boulais and Courtney Howell discuss Rhiannon Wilde's Henry Hamlet’s Heart and Sophie Gonzales' Perfect On Paper as examples of contemporary Queer YA Fiction.
Teyah Miller is in her final semester of a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in English Literature and intends to undertake further studies in the future. She has a particular passion for queer fiction, and strongly believes in the need for positive, authentic representation within literature. When she is not studying, she is most often reading, spending time with her rescue dogs, or seeing live music.
Courtney Boulais is in her third year at Macquarie University where she is majoring in English and minoring in Anthropology. Her favourite thing to do is read romance and queer fiction, and she holds queer romance particularly close to her heart. She loves to sew, write, bake and craft, and spends all of her spare time outside with her two cats soaking up the sun.
Courtney Howell is an English Literature student at Macquarie University. She endeavours to study a Master’s degree in the hopes of sharing her love of literature through a career in education. In her spare time, she loves to read (particularly fantasy and romance), crochet and watch movies.