Category: GLBT

A Librarian Recommends #TheLiteraryOthers

Please welcome Laura Ashlee Graves from That Librarian Lady, who has provided a wonderful list of LGBT YA books that she recommends, as well as a giveaway following the post! Thank you, Ashlee! (I just added a bunch of books to my TBR Pile!)… Continue Reading “A Librarian Recommends #TheLiteraryOthers”

Thoughts: Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith

Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith So, this is the way the world ends.  Not with a bang, but with a …uh… clacking-buzzing sorta sound? Yes, I think T.S. Eliot would be proud of Andrew Smith’s newest wasteland, which is to say, an average, all-American,… Continue Reading “Thoughts: Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith”

Guest Post: Joel Derfner, Lawfully Wedded Husband

Dear Readers, Today, I am pleased to welcome Joel Derfner, author of Lawfully Wedded Husband and Swish, to the blog! After weeks of trying to figure out what to write my guest post about, I take Roof Beam Reader’s recent post about Arthur Conan Doyle… Continue Reading “Guest Post: Joel Derfner, Lawfully Wedded Husband”

Thoughts: Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan

Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan Final Verdict: 4.0 out of 4.0 YTD:  51 When you look at the cover for Two Boys Kissing, you get a pretty good idea of what this book will be about.  Then you read the synopsis on the… Continue Reading “Thoughts: Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan”

Friday’s Featured Beat: William S. Burroughs!

Name: William S. Burroughs Born:   February 5, 1914 (St. Louis, Missouri) Died:   August 2, 1997 (Lawrence, Kansas) Seminal Work:  Naked Lunch (1959) Relationship to The Beat Generation: William S. Burroughs is often called the founder of The Beat Generation and the godfather of… Continue Reading “Friday’s Featured Beat: William S. Burroughs!”

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