'Famous Men Who Never Lived' by K Chess

Famous Men Who Never Lived is a wonderful example of how fiction can illuminate reality—and a stark reminder that we are all human, deserving of dignity and respect, no matter the country or dimension from which we come…. read more

'Open Earth' by Sarah Mirk

The characters in Sarah Mirk’s graphic novel explore polyamorous relationships on a space station orbiting a decimated Earth…. read more

'Surge' by Etel Adnan

Rather than pin down or bemoan our lack of perceptual surety, Adnan builds a nebula for readers to drift about…. read more

'She Wants It' by Jill Soloway

This is the story of Soloway wanting it and Soloway getting it, and how getting it is not any kind of pot of gold at the end of a rainbow… read more

'Don't Call Us Dead' by Danez Smith

In Don’t Call Us Dead, Smith’s attention moves from the violence perpetrated on black boys to queerness and HIV and back to race, using startling forms and imaginative leaps…. read more