According to editors at, “the remainder of this year (and the hazy beginning of next year) is shaping up to be a jackpot of literary riches.” The groundbreaking new titles happen to include works by celebrated queer writers Emma Donoghue and Colm Tóibín. Check out the whopping 76-piece list here.

UW Press Book Covers 300 Years of Gay Chicago History: Looking for something to keep you occupied? Try over 300 years of gay history. Sukie de la Croix’s new tome, titled Chicago Whispers: A History of LGBT Chicago before Stonewall, details LGBT life from the beginning of the city’s history in the 17th century to the late 1960s. [WisconsinGazette]

Book Excerpt: ‘Tea Leaves’ by Janet Mason: Janet Mason is an award-winning author whose new work, Tea Leaves, “is a lesbian-telling of the story of mothers and daughters.” You can now read a moving excerpt of the book here.

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