Staff Review: Nothing Ever Just Disappears

Nothing Ever Just Disappears
by Diarmuid Hester
Review by Ray

Beautifully written, thoroughly researched, this exploration of seven queer lives in the 20th century through the places and spaces they occupied and the art they made is a real treat. Through these stories, I felt a renewed sense of community and deep history – a welcome antidote to the narrative that queer identities are an anomaly or a new fad. A gorgeous and eye-opening read, and a great introduction to a big, diverse world of queer art from decades past – you’ll come away with a huge list of people and work to delve into next.