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Hungry
Jeff Gordinier
Hardcover | Jul 2019
in store $26.00
The World Only Spins Forward
Isaac Butler
Hardcover | Feb 2018
in store $30.00
The Governess Game
Tessa Dare
Paperback | Aug 2018
in store $7.99
When Katie Met Cassidy
Camille Perri
Paperback | Jun 2019
in store $16.00
The Summer Demands
Deborah Shapiro
Hardcover | Jun 2019
in store $25.00
Hark
Sam Lipsyte
Hardcover | Jan 2019
in store $27.00
Light from Other Stars
Erika Swyler
Hardcover | May 2019
in store $27.00
The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley
Hannah Tinti
Paperback | Jan 2018
in store $17.00
Private Citizens
Tony Tulathimutte
Paperback | Feb 2016
in store $14.99
The Master
Colm Toibin
Paperback | May 2005
in store $16.00

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Read More Women From Around the World
Translated Favorites from Latin America
by Danni Green

August is a glorious month! For these 31 days we shine a brighter light on translated books written by women — but extra emphasis on books written by women and translated by women. Women in Translation Month was started by Meytal Radzinski, a book blogger, in 2014. Works in translation are such a small percentage of the market and of those works roughly 30% is written by women.



 
 

Reading With Pride
Books to Reaffirm Queer Community and Inspire a More Inclusive World
By Danilo Machado

This June marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, a critical moment of LGBTQ activism against police brutality that took place in New York City.

While stories by and about queer and trans writers are essential all year around, here are just a few of the new LGBTQ books across genre which affirm and renew my commitment to queer community.

 
 
 
 

Its Twenty-Bi-Teen Y'all! 
Finding Representation in Queer YA
by Abby Rauscher

I was born in 1996, so I was lucky enough to be a kid during the Harry Potter craze — Deathly Hallows came out in July 2007, just months before I turned 11. The summer of ’07 was also, incidentally, the summer Stephenie Meyers’ Eclipse released; right smack in the middle of YA’s expansion, a subset of publishing that has only ballooned ever outward over the past decade-plus. Yet for all of the enthusiasm, for all of the hundreds of titles published — I didn’t get my hands on a single book with a queer protagonist until I was 12, when I stumbled on a copy of Hero by Perry Moore at the library.

 
 
 
 

How to Find Your Next Great Book Club Book
by Heather Wood

What makes a good book group book choice? The answer isn’t intuitive. Far from searching for a book everyone will love, you should choose a book some people will almost assuredly hate.