Great books featuring LGBT characters and relationships.
Born in frigid Labrador, Canada, an intersex child raised as a boy must contend with two genders struggling for dominance.
Emmett learns to hand-craft the elegant leather-bound volumes. Within each one they will capture something unique: a memory.
Set in Wyoming's high country, two men forge an intensely emotional and physical attachment that endures hardship and separation.
Set in the Italian countryside, a casual friendship between Elio and an American student develops into a passionate, clandestine affair.
Growing up during the 1920's in the American South, Celie overcomes poverty, abuse, and desolation to find love and acceptance.
This poignant novel provides an intimate portrayal of Einar Wegener, the first man to medically transform his gender.
Sue and a rogue named Gentleman scheme to swindle Maud of her inheritance until Sue develops unexpected feelings for Maud.
Two small-town, depression-era Alabama women share a romantic love, complete with courtship and infidelity, while managing a local cafe.
During the summer of 1876, an exotic dancer navigates Chinatown’s disreputable underworld to discover the killer of her crossdressing partner.
A great American novelist reveals the complex and controversial struggle of a young man caught between desire and conventional morality.
In the early 1900's, Leda immigrates to Argentina and conceals her true gender to become a suitable tango instructor.
This haunting fantasy centers on Callanish, a solitary gracekeeper, who protects the souls of those who have died at sea.
Caught in the corrupt and opulent Jamaican lifestyle, Margot struggles to protect her young sister while obscuring her secret lover.
The unique tale of Billy's unconventional life plays out though his childhood crushes, awkward adolescence, and his adult bisexual relationships.
Filled with female sensuality, this novel highlights the life of painter Tamara de Lempicka and her beautiful muse, Rafaela.
Written in the early 1900's, this heroic book voices the challenges of the then unmentionable subject of homosexuality.
Cal Stephanides's story begins generations before his birth, in a small Greek village, when his grandparents succumb to incestuous desires.
With the charm of a Persian fairytale, this story follows Nouri, a boy born with four ears instead of two.
Based on true life events, this tale follows Lucy's life from hardscrabble childhood, to married gentleman, to wild mountain man.