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December 17, 2017

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Books, Movies & Music : LGBTQ

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LGBTQ

 

Here are some of our favorite LGBTQ fiction writers and their works, which represent a variety of different styles and genres.

 

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Love, in Theory: Ten Stories

Love, in Theory: Ten Stories
Levy, E. J.

Love, its foibles and varieties, is explored in this diverse collection of smart and endearingly poignant short stories.


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Cha-ching!

Cha-ching!
Liebegott, Ali

Determined to beat her addictions and remake her image, Theo drives cross-country from San Francisco to New York City in this novel of hope and temptation.


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The Paternity Test

The Paternity Test
Lowenthal, Michael

Long-term couple Pat and Stu leave their fast-paced, swinging life in Manhattan to start a family using a surrogate mother and artificial insemination, a decision that ultimately tests the limits of their relationship.


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Giraffe People

Giraffe People
Malone, Jill

Cole Peters rejects her strict military upbringing and surprises herself by falling in love with her best girlfriend in this tender and moving coming-of-age and coming-out story.


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The Cold Cold Ground: A Detective Sean Duffy Novel / Adrian McKinty

The Cold Cold Ground: A Detective Sean Duffy Novel / Adrian McKinty
McKinty, Adrian

Catholic policeman Duffy is chasing a serial killer targeting gay men in this fast-paced, gritty, action-packed tale set in the chaos of 1980s Northern Ireland on the verge of war. Book one of a trilogy.


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A Gay and Melancholy Sound

A Gay and Melancholy Sound
Miller, Merle

As a child Joshua Bland was a prodigy whose exploitation set him on a self-destructive path. Now suicidal, he records the story of his life in this heart-wrenching reprint of a 1961 classic.


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The Marrying Kind

The Marrying Kind
O'Neill, Ken

Wedding planner Adam and his partner Steven decide to boycott weddings since they cannot legally marry, but must re-think this stance when their respective brother and sister fall in love and announce their own nuptials.


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The Two Week Wait

The Two Week Wait
Rayner, Sarah

Tough decisions about having children are explored in parallel stories of two couples—one lesbian, one straight—who reach out to each other and form an unusual arrangement.


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Running in Bed

Running in Bed
Sharlach, Jeffrey

A young advertising executive grapples with his sexuality and tries to find love in 1970s New York during the AIDS crisis.


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First Spring Grass Fire

First Spring Grass Fire
Spoon, Rae

Transgender singer-songwriter Rae Spoon’s moving autobiographical novel about coming of age in rural Canada and standing up for the right to be oneself is a paean to courage and sheer determination.


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