'Bachelor Girl' by Kim Van Alkemade

Pulled from a compelling headline over a century old, Bachelor Girl follows fictional heiress Helen Winthrope after the death of her mysterious benefactor… read more

'Wild Beauty' by Anna-Marie McLemore

The characters in Anna-Marie McLemore’s new fantasy novel are brilliant, beautiful, and powerful, bound by their love for each other, and their capacity to love others—regardless of gender or class…. read more

'Unholy City' by Carrie Smith

Carrie Smith’s third Claire Codella novel, Unholy City, is set at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Manhattan, a site of faith, history–and murder…. read more

'Taken In' by Erica Abbott

Delightfully entertaining, jam-packed with baffling suspects and a surprising twist, all leading us to its satisfying end. Taken In is a great read for the couch or the beach…. read more

‘Reintegration’ by Eden S. French

Reintegration is many things at once—beautiful, brilliant, thrilling, and terrifying.It’s also beautifully and unabashedly queer, delivering characters who fight to be themselves in a world where they aren’t welcome… read more

'Atlantic Island' by Tony Duvert

Novels by radical gay writers written in the 1970s continue to be translated from French to English, and Atlantic Island is another example of why that’s an edifying and, in this case, even an entertaining trend… read more