"Write what you need to read" is a quote attributed to dozens of authors. But who really said it and who said it first?
A list of books for gay teens who have just come out, from books that helped me when I came out to reads for people of varying backgrounds.
You've seen it in bathrooms, whether your own or elsewhere. But what's the story behind UNCLE JOHN'S BATHROOM READER?
My journey back to reading books like I did as a kid: joyfully and freely, and not as a compulsive coping mechanism.
Who was Ursula Nordstrom? Get to know the boundary-breaking editor of classic children's books who helped establish queer lit for kids.
From Krazy Kat to Felix the Cat, Garfield to Heathcliff, these comic cats are a purr-fect part of comic history.
If you majored in English, you read a lot. But how did it impact your pleasure reading? We've got a guide to rekindling that joy.
Try these queer romances like your favorite love stories, including the queer book version of Grease, Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales.
I first read Lauren Graham's novel Someday, Someday, Maybe as a teenager. Each time I returned to it in years since, I found something new.
Young adult books don't have to be all about swooning love stories. Here are 10 YA books where romance takes a backseat, if there is any at all.