If you’ve watched the Netflix series “Tiny Pretty Things,” about social drama at an elite ballet school, and now want more stories of teenagers devoted to dance, this is the booklist for you.
Written by Black authors from different countries, of different ages and from different life experiences, these short story collections masterfully find the moments in life when people’s personalities change – either deliberately or inadvertently.
The speculative is a space in fiction where the unexpected and impossible can creep in. These recent collections of short stories all deal in the speculative fiction realm but vary in approach and tone. Take a look and find one to suit your mood!
The book, “What’s Your Pronoun?” discusses pronouns from a LGBTQIA+ perspective, while taking a linguistic and historical look at the topic.
Atmospheric, gritty and/or a little romantic, these mysteries featuring queer characters serve up some history with their sleuthing.
As we have reached the shortest day of the year, I think it is a perfect time to put together a list of recent teen fiction that provides a mental … Continued
Oozing with empathy and the rewarding process of building community, Operatic serves as story, biography and resource about embracing the truest parts of one’s self and others.
Check out one librarian’s top five LGBTQIA reads for 2020.