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Avoiding Armageddon

by Aimee Jodoin

"Avoiding Armageddon" dramatizes the thrilling, sometimes devastating historical events that were shaped by mid- to late-twentieth century rocket science and nuclear engineering advances. The second book in a scientific series, Walter... Read More

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The Widowed Ones

by Jenna Jaureguy

"The Widowed Ones" is a compelling history text focused on women’s experiences following the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Chris Enss’s inspiring history title, "The Widowed Ones", is about seven women who banded together to overcome... Read More

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From Gay to Z

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In "From Gay to Z", a compendium of queer culture more akin to a kiki than an encyclopedia, Justin Elizabeth Sayre serves up a blend of earnest information and loving snark. A humorist rather than a historian or social scientist, Sayre... Read More

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Bad Gays

by Michael Elias

Huw Lemmey and Ben Miller’s "Bad Gays" is about prominent historical queer figures whose “evilness” is often overlooked when discussing the history of queer politics, and whose queerness is often overlooked when discussing the... Read More

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Public Faces, Secret Lives

by Meg Nola

Wendy L. Rouse’s historical survey "Public Faces, Secret Lives" reveals the LGBTQ+ side of the fight for women’s suffrage. Many suffragists, Rouse says, were “very queer”—a term that, in the book, extends to suffragists who... Read More

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