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The Guncle Returns!

Patrick O’Hara, everyone’s favorite fictional “guncle,” or gay uncle, is back and bringing readers along for a Eurotrip to remember!…

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Maia Kobabe’s Gender Queer Tops List of Most-Challenged Library Book

By HILLEL ITALIE AP National Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Maia Kobabe’s graphic memoir Gender Queer continues its troubled run…

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Exploring Rural Gay Identity: Author David Meischen’s Journey

Author David Meischen explores small-town Texas memories in two new collections.

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Censorship Efforts at Libraries Continued to Soar in 2023, According to a New Report

Bannings and attempted bannings of books soared again in the U.S. last year, continuing to set record highs, according to…

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12 Books We’re Excited to Read in 2024

From Salman Rushdie to RuPaul, there's something for everyone.

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Book bans are harming LGBTQ people, advocates say. This online library is fighting back.

The Queer Liberation Library (QLL, pronounced “quill”) is entirely online. Since launching in October, more than 2,300 members have signed…

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A Rainbow of Literary Choices

Book ‘em this season with these LGBTQ delights.

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A Rainbow on the Prairie

R. Lee Ingalls shares his next installment of the Ingalls family chronicles.

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Otherwise Engaged

Lesbian writer Julie Marie Wade’s collection of braided essays is being released this month.

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A Queer Climate Activist

Author Sim Kern releases a new ‘anarchist climate fiction’ novel.

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