Booklists, reading recommendations, guest essays, and more — celebrate Pride Month in our favorite way: with books!
"I feel a real kinship with these titles because, like me, they came out at a difficult time."
"This selection of primarily Own Voices books highlights some of our recent favorites for all age groups."
"I still believe...that narrative is an insidious form of magic."
"If anything is going to save us, it's probably going to be one another."
"I wanted to write my way into a world where I, too, could be sacred, a world where I was a creation of the divine."
"One way to show up for the LGBTQ+ community this, and every, year is by honoring and learning about its history."
"We would like to (re)acquaint you with seven phenomenal Portland writers whose work explores themes of gender, sexuality, queerness, and community."
"Before [Pan Leverett]] sneaks off to sail the stars with a subversive squad of space gays, she'll need to pack a bag! Here's her helpful guide for the next time you find yourself in a similar position."
"I always wanted to be a writer, but felt humiliated by the cliché of that longing."
"Here are some of our favorite recent books and authors who explore themes of gender, identity, pride, and safety in creative, mind-expanding, and scintillating ways."
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