An epic novel that pushes at the boundedness of things.
A comin-of-age that troubles long after the final sentence.
A warm and erudite biography of love between to women in the early 20th century.
Stories that illuminate the condition of the modern world.
Poems that are all about the hidden things.
A heady mix of mundane and heavenly, the sins of the flesh and the yearning of the spirit.
A story of a murder in the 1940s becomes a much bigger, and queerer, tale of Australia’s history.
An insight into the silence and stigma of living queer in Nigeria.
Although slow to get going, Dark Rise ably sets the scene for CS Pacat’s YA fantasy trilogy.
Brandon Taylor continues to explore Black, queer Midwest life.