Queer young adult fiction is exploding right now, but with so much out there, how can you figure out what to read next? These 25 queer YA novels — including superheroes, romance, small-town mysteries, mermaids, assassins and more — all feature or were written by LGBTQ women.
Many books that feature masculine women characters or characters on the trans masculine spectrum show sexual assault. These ones don’t.
You’re joining a fight that is by no means new, check out this list of books to make sure you come correct to the next rally.
The world feels like it’s on fire, let’s color nerd stuff!
These comics and graphic novels make women’s friendships the focus.
From hard and soft sci-fi to military sci-fi to space opera: here are eight (gay) books you should add to your reading list.
Spend an evening with a good book and a paddle.
Everything you want to read.
Read these f*cking books.
Looking to listen to some lesbian romance as you travel (or don’t) this week? Need to take a break from it all and escape into your headphones? Here are the 9 lesbian romance audiobooks you’ve been waiting for!
Like, Guy Gavriel Kay, but queer. Tolkien, but queer. Melanie Rawn, but queer.
This election shook me to my core. That’s undeniable. I am still grieving and I don’t know that I ever won’t be. I am so fucking angry and I don’t know that I ever won’t be. But I refuse to be scared, or cowed, or defeated.
“I have a very precocious eight year old daughter who began speaking at nine months and decided that she would marry a woman before she turned two. She learned the term lesbian from the show Supergirl, and now matter of factly proclaims herself a lesbian to anyone.”
Maggie Nelson’s The Argonauts doesn’t have an index, so I made one for it. I can promise that it is both longer and shorter than you think.
If witches are a way to tell stories about women and power, vampires are a way to tell stories about women and sex.
Did you love Susan Choi’s My Education, about a sexy student/professor love affair? Here are eight more books you won’t want to miss.
Welcome to your list of queer and/or feminist books coming out in fall 2016. New Zadie Smith, Ivan Coyote, Anne Carson, Margaret Atwood, Bae Suah and more.
Finish out your summer with some queer engineer approved picks.
I want to spend some time this summer really cracking in to books about technology, especially when the ideas therein have special and specific interaction with the queer digital space I occupy for so much of my time. Here’s my list.
Imagine queercrip figures that resist limited notions of embodiment and medical pathology, and demand more expansive understandings of disability, gender and sexuality.