• Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles

    Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles

    Russell, Mark

    "It's 1953. While the United States is locked in a nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union, the gay Southern playwright known as Snagglepuss is the toast of Broadway. But success has made him a target. As he plans for his next hit play, Snagglepuss becomes the focus of the House Committee on Un-American Activities. And when powerful forces align to purge show business of its most subversive voices, no one is safe! Written by Mark Russell, the critically acclaimed mastermind behind the award-winning Prez Vol. 1 and The Flintstones, Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles enters the Hanna-Barbera reimagined universe!"--

    Format: Book - 2018

    Holds: 0 on 6 copies

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  • The Lie and How We Told It

    The Lie and How We Told It

    Parrish, Tommi

    Parrish's emotionally loaded, painted graphic novel is a visual tour de force, always in the service of the author's themes: navigating queer desire, masculinity, fear, and the ever-in-flux state of friendships. -- Amazon.com summary.

    Format: Graphic Novel - 2017

    Holds: 13 on 4 copies

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  • Love Letters to Jane's World

    Love Letters to Jane's World

    Braddock, Paige

    "This essential Jane's World collection debuts twenty years after Jane Wyatt first appeared in Paige Braddock's trailblazing comics strip about a young lesbian woman making her clumsy way in the world and the friends who help (or hinder) her along the journey. The Eisner-nominated Jane's World was the first syndicated comic strip with a lesbian main character to appear in many major newspaper markets. This new volume collects the most quintessentially "Jane" storylines from the strip's early, middle, and later years, and pairs them with "love letters" and notes of appreciation from notable fans"--

    Format: Graphic Novel - 2018

    Holds: 5 on 4 copies

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  • On A Sunbeam

    On A Sunbeam

    Walden, Tillie

    In two interwoven timelines, a ragtag crew travels to the deepest reaches of space, rebuilding beautiful, broken structures to piece the past together; and two girls meet in boarding school and fall deeply in love, only to learn the pain of loss.

    Format: Graphic Novel - 2018 First edition

    Holds: 90 on 17 copies

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  • Our Wretched Town Hall

    Our Wretched Town Hall

    Williams, Eric Kostiuk

    How would you interpret that hammy, Lynchian dream about your ex? Has your house plant been judging you this entire time? Will you bother grappling with the ethics of your woke, but Machiavellian workplace-related revenge? Does anyone care if you don't make it out to the party? How do you go forward when everything's moving backwards? Town hall's in session, and we've got lots to talk about. Eric Kostiuk Williams returns with a new, full-color short story collection that will replenish your crops, singe your eyebrows, and lightly tickle the back of your knees.

    Format: Book - 2018

    Holds: 0 on 4 copies

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  • The Pervert

    The Pervert

    Perez, Michelle

    "A surprisingly honest and touching account of a trans girl surviving through sex work in Seattle."--Back cover.

    Format: Graphic Novel - 2018

    Holds: 3 on 6 copies

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  • Unpacking by Steve MacIsaac

    Unpacking by Steve MacIsaac

    Finalist, LGBTQ Graphic Novel.

    Format: -

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  • We're Still Here: An All-Trans Comics Anthology by Tara Madison Avery

    We're Still Here: An All-Trans Comics Anthology by Tara Madison Avery

    Finalist, LGBTQ Graphic Novel.\n

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  • Apocalypse, Darling

    Apocalypse, Darling

    Borich, Barrie Jean

    "Set in the steel mill regions of Chicago and in Northwest Indiana, the story centers on Borich's return to a decimated landscape for a misbegotten wedding in which her spouse's father marries his high school sweetheart. The book is a lilting journey into an ill-fated moment, where families attempt to find communion in tense gathering spaces and across their most formative disappointments. Borich tells the story of the industrial heartland that produced the steel that made American cities, but also one of the most toxic environmental sites in the world."--Page 2 of cover.

    Format: Book - 2018

    Holds: 1 on 4 copies

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  • Berenice Abbott: A Life in Photography

    Berenice Abbott: A Life in Photography

    Van Haaften, Julia

    Berenice Abbott is to American photography what Georgia O'Keeffe is to painting or Willa Cather to letters. Abbott's sixty-year career established her not only as a master of American photography but also as a teacher, writer, archivist, and inventor. A teenage rebel from Ohio, Abbott escaped to Paris - photographing, in Sylvia Beach's words, "everyone who was anyone" - before returning to New York as the Roaring Twenties ended. She soon fell in love with art critic Elizabeth McCausland, with whom she would spend thirty years of her life. Abbott's bestknown work, "Changing New York," documented the city's 1930s metamorphosis. She next turned to science as a subject, culminating in work important to America's 1950s "space race" with the Soviet Union. This biography secures Abbott's place in the histories of photography and modern art while framing her accomplishments as a female artist and entrepreneur. (7/24/2019 2:44:15 AM)

    Format: Book - 2018 First edition

    Holds: 1 on 12 copies

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