'Confessions of the Fox' by Jordy Rosenberg

There are a few terms that could describe Confessions of the Fox–thriller, heist story, academic drama, anti-capitalist manifesto, historical romance, maybe. Historical erotica, maybe more… read more

'The First Church of What’s Happening' by Miah Jeffra

Jeffra’s writing is delicate and deliberate when it comes to depicting despair….it inspires a sense of gratitude and reverence, as well as an appreciation for beauty and tenderness, even in the midst of profound sorrow…. read more

‘The Evolution of Love’ by Lucy Jane Bledsoe

There’s been a devastating earthquake, and the Bay Area has been evacuated, but not everyone has left, and Lily, sweet, stable, dependable Lily, is hellbent on rescuing her sister, even if she has no idea if she’s still alive… read more

'Blackfish City' by Sam J. Miller

In Blackfish City, Sam J. Miller creates a vivid, if daunting and dystopian, future after climate change has so ravaged the world that the great powers have fallen and nearly everyone is a refugee… read more

'The Affliction' by C. Dale Young

Young’s novel in stories explores seemingly ordinary lives as they intersect with the truly extraordinary. The characters, haunted by trauma, scarred by heartbreak, are connected through their common afflictions–a bond, in the book, that transcends kindred, culture, even time. Is it true, then? Are we all connected?… read more

‘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