Queer Words welcomes listeners into "conversations with queer-identified authors about their works and lives." Wayne Goodman hosts the podcast, which features a variety of authors from all different backgrounds and locations. Listeners will find themselves immersed in conversations with Jim Provenzano, "Lambda Literary award-winning author, playwright, photographer, journalist, editor, and activist," (see the August 18, 2020 episode) and Arisa White, "poet, Cave Canem fellow, community event organizer, and professor of Creative Writing at Colby College," (see the April 22, 2020 episode), among many others. At least one new episode is released each week, and most installments are short (around 20 minutes in length), so prepare for binge-listening. Each episode begins with Goodman asking guests "what qualifies you as queer," which opens up conversations on identity, acceptance, and community. While episodes are upbeat and good-humored, they still cover substantive topics such as restorative justice and advocacy. Listeners can tune in at the link above or on popular podcast platforms such as Spotify and Apple Podcasts.