Gay YA posted
- LGBTQIA+ Books and Libraries: Helping Queer Kids Find the Stories They Need
- What My Queer YA Means To Me
- 4 Wishes for YA F/F Romance
- A Particular Invisibility
- On the Queer Trans Experience: Because Sometimes Just One Letter Ain’t Enough by Meredith Russo
- Interview: Vee sits down with David Levithan & Nina Lacour
“22 of Our Most Anticipated LGBTQ YA Books of the Second Half of 2016” was posted at Barnes & Noble Teen.
“The 15 Best LGBT YA Books of 2016 (So Far)” was posted at Bookish.
“Bookish and Proud: Literary LGBT Pride Month Flag” was posted at Bookish.
“(Lesfic) Books as Comfort Food & Security Blankets” was posted at Omnivore Bibliosaur.
Lesbian Decadence: Representations in Art and Literature in Fin-De-Siecle France by Nicole G. Albert was reviewed at Lambda Literary.
Poppy Jenkins by Clare Ashton was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.
Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown was reviewed at AfterEllen.
Look Both Ways by Alison Cherry was reviewed at Queer Lit On My Mind.
All Inclusive by Farzana Doctor was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.
Read Me Like a Book by Liz Kessler was reviewed at Queer Lit On My Mind.
Walking the Dog by Elizabeth Swados was reviewed at Lambda Literary.
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