The best stories fuck us up and force us to put ourselves back together in a new configuration.
Read these books.
Books by authors whose longform work we’ve read in “Things I Read That I Love,” plus other reads relevant to your interests! For longform lovers and lovers of longform lovers alike.
The 50 most essential queer books coming this fall.
There is a time and a place for great literature. This isn’t it.
Looking back at a century of cover designs from all over the world for beloved queer books like Tipping the Velvet, Orlando, The Color Purple, Annie on my Mind, Rubyfruit Jungle and more.
You voted and the results are in – the best 100 queer-lady fiction or memoir books of all time!
Is it too much to say Pippi Longstocking made me the woman I am today? No, no, it isn’t at all.
In which all books mentioned herein were published after 1975 and almost everybody is both female and still alive.
I’m a classics kind of girl. I’ve had the same eight favorite authors since I was 18.
“We are such stuff as dreams are made on / And our little life is rounded with a sleep.”
We spent the 80′s and early 90′s with our noses in books, dreaming of being Scout or Molly or Fern or Heidi or Ramona or Harriet or so many more! What are your favorites?
From fiction to history to theory, we’ve got your end-of-summer feminist reading needs covered.
The Law and Order Edition.
NPR’s list of Top 100 Choices For Best Teen Novels lacked proper queeriosity. Thus we present our top 20 picks for Queer Teen Novels For Girls.
Love stories featuring lesbian Secret Service agents, doctors, super spies, life coaches, personal trainers and women of many other professions.
You probably want to read some lesbian and queer books this summer. Here are a few that are under $5.
So many short story books have at least a little touch of queer — like these from Dorothy Allison, Mary Gaitskill, Thisbe Nissen, Amy Bloom and more!
Romance novels: they’re not just for straight people anymore. In this episode we have hot cops/FBI agents, congresswomen passing more than bills, and lots of folks playing doctor.
When you give the gift of reading, you’re giving two gifts — the book, and the gift of reading that you get from reading the book. Does that make sense?