Check out these #OwnVoices books to see how characters survive everything from werewolves to aliens.
Here is a selection of non-memoir and non-biographical books (and one indispensable classic) on different aspects of queer political struggle and how the politicization of queerness has shaped LGBTQ+ lives and communities.
Bullying takes many forms, often subtle. It’s important to know that you’re not alone. These books feature characters who came out the other side. So can you.
If you’d like to explore imagined worlds created by LGBTQIA+ authors, check out these titles to get started.
If you, like me, are a fan of magical worlds grounded in contemporary life, “Magic for Liars” should be on your to-read list.
If you are looking for books that explore diversity in identity, sexuality and relationships, sometimes the best thing to do is to check out some teen titles.
Traditional travel may not be possible just now, but stories still have the power to take us away. Escape with these historical fiction titles for teens.
Check out these true crime titles available in print, eBook or eAudio.
Take a dive into one of McLemore’s books and you will find your mind full of poetry, questions, dancing and deep connection.
“Chaotic Good” tackles the very real issue of internet trolling and how dangerously far it can go.