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.
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 📚
Krauss’ The History of Love is beautifully written, with some lovable characters and intricate plotlines that outshine the less-than-captivating ones.
#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.
When I saw Ohio hit the bookshelves, I quickly reserved a copy with my local library on principle […]
A list of books that are set or written in Belgium!
My thesis is due in a little over a month, so I naturally keep finding new books to […]
My review of The Dreamers by Karen Thompson Walker (out January 15, 2019)
Welcome to QueeReads, our monthly review of the queer books I’ve been reading. I’m frequently asked about books […]