‘Dangerous Waters’ by Radclyffe

“Dangerous Waters is a bumpy ride through a devastating time with powerful events and resolute characters. Radclyffe gives us the strong, dedicated women we love to read in a story that keeps us turning pages until the end.”… read more

'Paper is White’ by Hilary Zaid

Paper Is White follows Ellen Margolis, assistant curator at the Foundation for the Preservation of Memory, as she navigates the choppy waters of history, kicked up by two very intense and very important personal involvements. … read more

'People Like Us' by Dana Mele

At midnight on Halloween, a group of laughing teenage girls peel off their clothes and streak through the woods to the lake for their annual midnight swim. They’re expecting the water to be cold. What they’re not expecting is the dead body floating in it…. read more

'So Lucky' by Nicola Griffith

The world of Nicola Griffith’s So Lucky is governed by ableist misconception and ignorance, but it is also marked by hope and human connection…. read more

'My Favorite Thing is Monsters' by Emil Ferris

Emil Ferris’s debut graphic novel features a 10-year-old narrator discovering her queer identity through finding herself in the demons, vampires, and other monster figures she finds in both camp horror and high art…. read more

'Seed' by David Eye

Eye’s poems give us the surprising and varied complexity of human relationships: from a video booth encounter and some quick sex with a married man, to an impromptu make-out session with a straight blonde girl in a bar, to an unassuming woman on a bus carrying a copy of Leathermen’s Guide to the Universe…. read more

'My Ex-Life' by Stephen McCauley

Nothing is more satisfying than a plain, old-fashioned “good read”—especially one as well-written as My Ex-Life from skillful storyteller and bestselling author Stephen McCauley…. read more