Casey Stepaniuk

Known in some internet circles as Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian, Casey Stepaniuk is a writer and librarian who holds an MA in English literature and an MLIS. Topics and activities dear to her heart include cats, bisexuality, libraries, queer (Canadian) literature, and drinking tea. She runs the website Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian, where you can find reviews of LGBTQ+ Canadian books. She also writes a monthly column on Autostraddle recommending queer books called Ask Your Friendly Neighbourhood Lesbrarian. Find her on Twitter: @canlesbrarian, Litsy: CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian, Goodreads: CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian, and Facebook: Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

Recent Funding Cuts to Accessible Books for Canadians With Print Disabilities Will Be Devastating

Recent devastating funding cuts to accessible books for Canadians with print disabilities will have dire consequences.

Exciting Queer Women, Bisexual, and Lesbian Books Coming Out in Early 2021

Bookmark these queer women, bisexual, and lesbian books coming out in early 2021, including Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo!

6 Awesome Queer Halloween Books

For those of you who want your Halloween spooky reads LGBTQ, I've got a list of 6 incredible queer Halloween books for you!

10 Great 2020 Adult LGBTQ+ Fantasy Books

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10 Great 2020 Adult LGBTQ+ Science Fiction Books

From space operas with sapphic women to nonbinary artists and mechanical dragons! Check out this this list of 2020 adult LGBTQ+ science fiction books, including The Seep by Chana Porter.

Why THE BABY-SITTERS CLUB Netflix Series is Even Better Than the Books

I watched the first season of the Babysitters Club Netflix series and think it's even better than the original books. Here are four reasons why!

Who Said It: Fiona Apple or Virginia Woolf?

Find out how well you know both bold, poetic feminist powerhouse writers by deciding who said it: Fiona Apple or Virginia Woolf!

Best Comics We Read April–June 2020

Find your next comic on this list of Rioters recent favorite graphic novel reads.

6 Nonfiction Canadian Books by Black Authors About Racism

Need to self-educate? Start with this list of 6 nonfiction Canadian books by Black authors about racism, anti-Blackness, and anti-racist activism.

Why Publishing Needs to Pay Attention to the Nuances Within the LGBTQ+ Acronym

Why is it that when book publishers and publicists say LGBTQ+ books, they usually mean gay and cisgender? Use LGBTQ+ for books only when it really applies!