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by Jackson, Kosoko
Pretending to still be his ex’s current boyfriend in front of his parents, Kian reluctantly winds up being Hudson’s plus-one at a splashy Georgia wedding and the pair find themselves in need of hashing out their true feelings.
by Kiste, Gwendolyn
Looks at two men of classic literature, Dracula and Mr. Rochester, and the women who survived them, Bertha and Lucy, who are now undead immortals residing in Los Angeles in 1967 when Dracula and Rochester make a shocking return to Haight-Ashbury.View on CountyCat
by Chang, K-ming
A collection of short stories that include tales about ghost cousins who haunt their living family members, a mother-in-law who bullies her son's wife into leaving, and two girls who make out in the belly of a plastic shark.
by Vita, Anita Dolce
Demonstrates how fashion is both beauty and art and exposes the oppressive rules that had been used to exclude those with different gender identities or presentations, encouraging everyone to express their personal style.View on CountyCat
by Zimmerman, Zach
From meditations on heartbreak to not-so-helpful how-tos, this laugh-and-cry-out-loud collection documents one man's navigation through queerness, climbing the corporate ladder, dating cryptocurrency-obsessed mansplainers, and more.
by Hanya Yanagihara
Spanning three centuries and three different versions of the American experiment, an unforgettable cast of characters are united by their reckonings with the qualities that make us human—fear, love, shame, need and loneliness.
by Ryan O'Connell
Unable to stop cheating on his boyfriend with sex workers, and grappling with an alcohol addiction, a successful TV writer with cerebral palsy, Eliot, searches for redemption.View on CountyCat
by Janelle Monáe
In a totalitarian world where thoughts are controlled or erased by a select few, and your life is dictated by those who feel they have the right to decide your fate, Jane 57821 remembers and breaks free.
by Michelle Hart
Long after the end of an affair with an older, married woman, Mallory retreats into herself and must decide whether to stay safely in isolation or step fully into the world to confront how much the woman altered her life, for better or worse.View on CountyCat
by Ocean Vuong
Vuong contends with personal loss, the meaning of family, and the cost of being the product of an American war in America. These poems circle fragmented lives to find both restoration as well as the epicenter of the break.