Can you even believe this list has 68 (!!) upcoming 2019 queer YA books? WOW. No matter what kind of LGBT YA you’re into, there is something on this list for you.
Topics include Bryan Singer, toxic YA twitter, Chirstopher Pike, the tell-tale fan, Oscars for racial reconciliation fantasies, sexual assault as male bonding, Lil Tay, Soundcloud rap, sunscreen and more!
Still mourning Mary Oliver. Plus why “books” are not a personality, the mood of reading, feminist bookstores to support right now and more.
Unfortunately, most parenting books weren’t written with queer moms, trans dads, non-binary parents and gestational carriers, and families that look like ours in mind.
If you’re looking for easy answers that preserve your bubble, you won’t find them here. But that’s exactly why anyone who considers themselves an activist, an ally, or a member of the resistance writ large needs to read this book.
Topics include what happened to Lindsay Lohan, free giveaways, precocious puberty, sober creativity, The Art of the Pan, The Cauldron, being lost at sea for 51 days, toxic shock syndrome, burnout and so much more!
Mary Oliver, Pulitzer Prize-Winning poet and ardent devotee of the natural world throughout her life, has passed away from lymphoma at the age of 83.
A humble argument for not counting how many books you read. Plus: Lin-Manuel Miranda saved a bookstore, Mari Kondo doesn’t actually want you to get rid of all your books, and more.
8 great queer women-focused poly SF/F books coming right up!
Topics include The Apprentice, emotional abuse, the year in dog, HIV/AIDS, really gross murder, bad faith reading, Sheryl Sandberg, Elizabeth Warren, and so much more!
Along with the Civil Rights Movement, the blues, and the Moon Pie, we also have the American South to thank for a 50-plus year bounty of lesbian literature.
The creative process, insomnia, books to read in 2019 and more.
From memoirs to how-to’s to love stories to sports to space, 2018 was another brilliant year for graphic novels written by queer people about queer people.
Topics include murder, a bonkers Christmas light fight, Brendan Fraser, squatty potties, sunburnt Australia, a ’90s San Francisco dyke “gang,” top surgery, why killers kill, alcoholism and so much more!
Everything you wanted to know about personal finance, but unabashedly queer and radically inclusive — Dunn’s ready to help you get your shit together and stop feeling alone with your money troubles.
Finding queer southern lit, how the queer writers of the ’60s and ’70s shape Patrisse Cullors’s political work, the best of 2018 book lists and more.
Here are 50 of the best books from this year that are by and about women, feminism or gender and related intersectional issues. There seem to be strong recurring themes of dystopia, anger, and navigating violent structures of power. What a coincidence!
Topics include taxidermy, a child sex trafficking ring engineered by a very rich assh*le, Heathers (the movie), murder, a cruise for cryptocurrency lovers, Lolita, weird online shopping, the Jewish American Princess and so much more!
Life – fierce, painful, unyielding, complicated – bursts from every page of The Tiger Flu, which tells a story of love (and hate) between women in a futuristic world overrun by corporate technocracy and the effects of climate change.
Whether you’re into some kind of witchery yourself or you’d rather keep it fictional, thanks, here’s an overview of some of the best books from 2018.