transathon

Mini Reviews: Transathon Wrap-Up

All of July was Transathon, hosted by Ocean over on Twitter. This event was about reading and enjoying books by transgender and non-binary authors….

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homesick

Homesick by Nino Cipri

I love speculative, fabulist fiction, and Nino Cipri’s short story collection Homesick delivered. The formats of some of these stories were so creative. “Which…

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genderqueer

Gender Queer by Maia Kobabe

Gender Queer is a graphic memoir that follows the author as e questions eir gender and sexual identities (nonbinary and asexual). It’s important to…

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non-binary lives

Non-Binary Lives edited by Jos Twist, Ben Vincent, Meg-John Barker, and Kat Gupta

Non-Binary Lives is a diverse collection of personal narratives that encompasses a huge variety of perspectives, reminding readers that there are endless ways to…

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good boy boylan

Good Boy by Jennifer Finney Boylan

It’s no secret that I love Jennifer Finney Boylan’s writing, fiction and nonfiction alike. Her phrasing is beautiful and engaging, making it oh-so-difficult to…

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pet

Pet by Akwaeke Emezi

The town of Lucille is essentially a utopia. Its older citizens have done some hard, difficult work. Justice is restorative, not punitive. There’s a…

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finna

Finna by Nino Cipri

FINNA is a fun, anti-capitalist, wonderfully queer, light sci-fi adventure novella and I’m all about it. It’s like NBC’s Superstore meets Grady Hendrix’s Horrorstör, but…

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amateur

Amateur by Thomas Page McBee

In his memoir Amateur, Thomas Page McBee tackles the masculinity crisis and toxic masculinity, drawing from his own experiences as a trans man. McBee’s…

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Trans Power by Juno Roche

I haven’t read any book on trans experiences quite like this one. TRANS POWER brings up perspectives and conversations that you don’t tend to hear very…

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anders

The City in the Middle of the Night by Charlie Jane Anders

Last year I read Charlie Jane Anders’ All the Birds in the Sky, which was an incredible reading experience. I mentioned in my mini-review…

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