Reclaiming Queer Lives from History

Author Lucy Jane Bledsoe speaks on using fiction to explore a hidden queer history: “As I dug and wrote, dug and wrote, I wanted, most of all, to find evidence that Aunt Lucybelle had lived a happy life, albeit a short one.”… read more

‘Alaskan Bride’ by D Jordan Redhawk

As Alaskan Bride opens, we meet Clara Stapleton, a young Bostonian from a wealthy family. As a daughter of privilege, Clara has always felt the freedom to speak her own mind and has been able to move through her world never having to worry about saying or doing the wrong thing. As a teenager, her… read more

‘The Clancys of Queens’ by Tara Clancy

The Clancys of Queens is a family story that takes an unfiltered look at class differences. It’s also hilarious, inspiring, and that rarest of animals–a memoir full of honest good cheer…. read more

'Princess Princess Ever After' by Katie O’Neill

Princess Princess Ever After is a warm-hearted graphic novel centered on the adventures of two strong-willed princesses. It is an adorable book whose fable-like story is perfect for any princess or prince in your life. … read more

'A Thin Bright Line' by Lucy Jane Bledsoe

The backdrops of the Cold War, the Civil Rights Movement, and the emerging science of climate research are combined into a novel honoring the queer communities of the 50s and 60s… read more