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Terrible Books I Want To Read

You do have any terrible books on your TBR that you're actually excited to read?

10 Unmissable LGBTQ+ Poets

10 contemporary LGBTQ+ poets writing about the queer experience.

Lesbian Poetry: Because It Didn’t End With Sappho

Sappho may have been the beginning of lesbian poetry, but it didn't stop there! Here are some more lesbian poems and poets worth knowing through history, as well as resources to find your next favorite sapphic poetry collection!

The Book Squad: How Books Give Me A Way to Love Women

"I may never know exactly how to ask the women I fall for to come, and stay, in my life. But when I’m talking to them about books, that’s okay."

Our Most Anticipated LGBTQ Books of 2018

Eleven of our most anticipated LGBTQ books of 2018, including middle grade, comics, and more.

Buy, Borrow, Bypass: Queer Parents in Fiction

Mini-reviews of novels and comics featuring queer parents!

7 Intersectional Fairy Tale Retellings

Seven intersectional fairy tale retellings featuring princesses of color and LGBT relationships.

Best Queer Books of 2017

Our favorite queer books published in 2017! What were your best LGBTQIA+ reads of the year?

Even More Lesbian Romance Recommendations

Looking for more lesbian romance novels? Check out these five lesbian (and bisexual) romance titles featuring f/f relationships.

THE LOTTERYS PLUS ONE Is the Queer Happily-Ever-After We Deserve

Why Emma Donoghue's middle grade novel is so important.

Lesbian Pulp, Carmilla, and Reclaiming Toxic Representations

On lesbian pulp covers and the lesbian vampire novel that predates Dracula.

I Only Read Queer Romance and I Feel Great About It

An avid reader of romance talks about her decision to exclusively read queer romance, and the prevalence of straight stories in publishing.

The Struggle with Stories of Queer Suffering

On the need to make space on the LGBTQ+ bookshelf for more than just books about violence, suffering, and loss.

LGBTQ Works in the Time of Crisis

Coming out of the closet is not easy. The atmosphere has changed, so that people who are LGBTQ need more love, support, and fictional representation.

5 Books about Bisexual Women of Color

Novels that feature bisexual women of color.