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Book Review

Darts and Flowers

by Jeana Jorgensen

Funny and LGBTQ+ affirming, "Darts and Flowers" is a story about teenagers who are desperate to be loved, validated, and part of a community. In Dean Backus’s queer, comedic romantic novel "Darts and Flowers", friends reunite, and... Read More

Book Review

Half In

by Kristine Morris

Coming-of-age and coming out collide in Felice Cohen’s poignant memoir "Half In". When Cohen was a twenty-three-year-old recent college graduate, she faced her future with uncertainty. She hoped to become a full-time professional... Read More

Book Review

In Transit

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Dianna E. Anderson’s "In Transit" troubles the idea of “transgender” as an umbrella identity and “transition” as synonymous with bodily alteration. Rather, through the recursive application of theoretical frameworks around... Read More

Book Review

Alphabet Soup

by Jeana Jorgensen

"Alphabet Soup" is an educational, inviting guide to becoming an advocate for LGBTQ2+ inclusion at work. Michael Bach’s "Alphabet Soup" is a snappy, useful guide to ensuring that organizational policies include LGBTQ2+ employees. Part... Read More

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