Four new and upcoming books to add to your Queer Reads bookshelf!
This candid memoir by a leader of the early gay rights movement tells the history of LGBT rights before and after the AIDS academic.
Our thoughts on the captivating coming-of-age novel that takes place in 1983 northern Italy.
It’s my birthday! And I want to send books to people in prison. Donate with me (and maybe win a prize!)
A short stack of some of the books I’ve read this spring: Circe, The Fire This Time, NW, and Turtles All The Way Down 📚
This haunting, debut short story collection is already up there as one of my favorite reads of 2019.
Welcome to QueeReads, our monthly review of the queer books I’ve been reading. I’m frequently asked about books […]
Krauss’ The History of Love is beautifully written, with some lovable characters and intricate plotlines that outshine the less-than-captivating ones.
A self-guided walking tour of the best book nooks Rome has to offer!
Slip away from the Roman crowds to this historical reading hall housing a 16th century manuscript collection.
#QueeReads 🏳️🌈 The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson is an advanced class in gender theory and expression-in-action that I would recommend for those who have already worked through a chunk of their Queer Lit shelves.
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