trans authors

Trans Authors: The Only Book List You Need!

If you’re looking for books by trans authors, look no further! I curate and maintain a massive list over on Bookshop. There are over…

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as the crow flies

As the Crow Flies by Melanie Gillman

As the Crow Flies is a graphic novel about Charlie, a 13-year-old queer Black kid at an all-white, all-girls summer Christian backpacking camp. She’s…

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the seep

The Seep by Chana Porter

Chana Porter’s The Seep takes place after an alien invasion that, instead of bringing war and destruction, makes people kinder, more caring and thoughtful….

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laziness does not exist

Laziness Does Not Exist by Devon Price

When I picked up Laziness Does Not Exist, I was expecting a book that counters capitalistic thinking—maybe along the lines of David Graeber’s Bullshit…

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Victories Greater Than Death by Charlie Jane Anders

Victories Greater Than Death by Charlie Jane Anders is a wholesome YA space opera full of friendship, bravery, and adventure. There’s a ton of…

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Unity by Elly Bangs

When Tachyon Publications reached out to me about Unity, Elly Bangs’s post-apocalyptic, cyberpunk, sci-fi debut, I couldn’t resist accepting a review copy based on…

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catch lili too

Catch Lili Too by Sophie Whittemore

Catch Lili Too was an unusual reading choice for me, but when the author approached me about their “queer punk fantasy” book, something about this…

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Ciel by Sophie Labelle

Ciel is a character-driven, slice-of-life, coming-of-age novel featuring a gender nonconforming trans kid named Ciel as they start their first year of high school…

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raising them

Raising Them by Kyl Myers

In Raising Them, sociologist Kyl Myers shares how they and their husband Brent are raising their first child, Zoomer, without gender boundaries; with complete…

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Tranny by Laura Jane Grace

I wasn’t super familiar with Against Me!’s music going into this memoir, but I truly enjoyed Laura Jane Grace’s memoir Tranny. The narrative was…

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