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Last Updated: September 28, 2023

Endpapers by Jennifer Savran Kelly

by Jennifer Savran Kelly

In 2003 New York, a genderqueer book conservator who feels trapped by her gender presentation, ill-fitting relationship, and artistic block discovers a decades-old hidden queer love letter and becomes obsessed with tracking down its author.

Camp Damascus by Chuck Tingle

Camp Damascus
by Chuck Tingle

Welcome to Neverton, Montana: home to a God-fearing community with a heart of gold. Nestled high up in the mountains is Camp Damascus, the self-proclaimed “most effective” gay conversion camp in the country. Here, a life free from sin awaits. But the secret behind that success is anything but holy. And they’ll scare you straight to hell.

Dykette by Jenny Fran Davis

by Jenny Fran Davis

Sasha and Jesse are invited by a pair of older, richer lesbians, Jules and Miranda, to come to their country home for the holidays, and they accept. Another couple, Jesse’s best friend Lou, and Darcy, are invited too. When Jesse and Darcy collaborate an ill-fated livestream performance, a complex web of infatuation and jealousy emerges, sending Sasha down a spiral of destructive rage that threatens each couple’s future.

Glitterland: A Spires Story by Alexis Hall

Ash Winters was once the golden boy of the English literary scene, but mental illness has dragged him into a cycle of self-destruction. A chance meeting with brassy Essex-born Darian Taylor may be the first step Ash needs to rebuild his life-if he’s able to let go of the class prejudice and dangerous negative self-image that threatens to drown them both

Sammy Espinoza’s Last Review by Tehlor Kay Mejia

Sammy Espinoza’s Last Review
by Tehlor Kay Mejia

A music critic pining for her ex-girlfriend targets her high school crush for a career comeback and a chance at revenge in this fresh and original enemies to lovers romance debut. What could possibly go wrong?

Bellies by Nicola Dinan

by Nicola Dinan

While out with friends at their local university drag night, Tom buys Ming a drink. Confident and witty, a magnetic young playwright, Ming is the perfect antidote to Tom’s awkward energy, and their connection is instant. Tom finds himself deeply and desperately drawn into Ming’s orbit, and on the cusp of graduation, he’s already mapped out their future together. But shortly after they move to London to start their next chapter, Ming announces her intention to transition.