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Quiz: Which Queer Book Should You Read To Close Out AAPI Month?

I’ve gathered suggestions from the Autostraddle team and consulted my personal reading list to offer you a very unique reading recommendation! Please enjoy a captivating queer read by an AAPI author as we move into the season of leisurely reading by the pool and generally being gay.


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Em Win

Originally from Toledo, Ohio, Em now lives in Los Angeles where she does many odd jobs in addition to writing. When she's not sending 7-minute voice messages to friends and family, she enjoys swimming, yoga, candle-making, tarot, drag, and talking about the Enneagram.

Em has written 71 articles for us.

12 Comments

  1. Long live the tribe of fatherless girls! I wanted to wait for the paperback release before buying when it came out and then forgot – thank you for reminding me!

    • just started siren queen by Nghi Vo. usually it’s too early for me to say anything about a book but it is SO GOOOD. it’s been so long since i’ve been drawn i like that in the first few pages.

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