Andrew Holleran and the Everlasting Legacy of "Dancer From the Dance"

The acclaimed author discusses his work, including the new novel "The Kingdom of Sand," his first in 16 years.

Jill Gutowitz on Her Memoir, Gaylor Theories, and "Euphoria" Season 2

"I actually feel genuinely confused, bordering on gaslit, about it," says Gutowitz, whose essay collection "Girls Can Kiss Now" is out now.

15 Queer Books We Can't Wait to Leaf Through This Fall

Grab an (iced) pumpkin spice latte and sit down with one of these exciting new or recent releases.

Take a Trip Back in Time to the "Tori Amos Bootleg Webring"

"Practically every queer person I know of my generation has some kind of affinity for Tori Amos," says author Megan Milks.

The Psychedelic "Summer Fun" Book About Trans Life in a Tiny Desert Town

The new novel by Jeanne Thornton is being heralded as "the 'Pet Sounds' of trans literature."

All Aboard the Q Train for Casey McQuiston's "One Last Stop"

The "Red, White & Royal Blue" author dishes on her new book with a time-travel twist — and steamy sapphic sex.

Add Alice Sparkly Kat's "Postcolonial Astrology" to Your Celestial Toolkit

In their forthcoming book, Sparkly Kat examines the planets through the lens of capital and labor.

17 Exciting Queer Books to Savor This Summer

Stash these recent or upcoming releases in your picnic basket or beach bag.

"Three Dads and a Baby" Chronicles a Throuple's Leap Into Parenthood

"We’re not an ordinary family."

Gabrielle Korn on Feminism, Fantasy, and Writing to Survive

The former editor-in-chief of "Nylon" chats about her incisive, soul-baring memoir, out January 26.