‘The Gracekeepers’ by Kirsty Logan

It’s easy to lose yourself in The Gracekeepers. Logan’s rich tapestry of characters and storylines, her deft language and her exquisitely built world add up to a deep, intriguing, and accessible novel…. read more

Poems for Your Queerly Beloved

Need some help wooing your honey this Valentine’s Day? Here are fourteen of our favorite queer love poems, rounded up from LambdaLiterary.org and across the web. Who better to start us off than Sappho? In this fragment, translated by Richard Lattimore, she describes just how much havoc a crush can wreak: “Let me only glance… read more

My First Queer Book? 'Weetzie Bat'

It was Christmas in 2000, I was 16, and I couldn’t decide whether I wanted a girlfriend or a boyfriend. My uncle came over from New York with an armful of books, the most fascinating of which was Weetzie Bat by Francesca Lia Block. Weetzie, a “skinny girl with a bleach-blonde flat-top”, falls in love… read more