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Lucky Red

Recommended especially for readers looking for a literary Western with compelling queer content.

That Cheese Plate Wants To Party: Festive Boards, Spreads, and Recipes with the Cheese by Numbers Method

A gorgeous and helpful resource for anyone just starting out with cheese boards that takes readers from basic prep to boards or grazing tables, with all of the necessary steps in between.

Glow in the F*cking Dark: Simple Practices To Heal Your Soul, from Someone Who Learned the Hard Way

Readers will easily connect with Schuster’s humor and vulnerability and cheer for her and for themselves in this lovely, introspective memoir and guide.

Hijab Butch Blues

This book is recommended for all public and academic libraries.

Just as You Are

Will charm readers looking for a queer spin on Pride and Prejudice and relatable stories about finding one’s place in the world.


Stringfellow has crafted a rich tapestry of women’s familial relationships. Occasionally, she may restrain her characters emotionally, which flattens their dimensionality, but overall this is a well-written debut by an author worth watching in years to come. Recommended for anyone who appreciates Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, or Gloria Naylor.

Brace for Impact

An uplifting memoir of slow work towards self-acceptance, and of the healing and support Montesanti found in roller derby. Montesanti effectively mixes difficult self-reflection with lighter tales (derby recruitment, team practices, even a climactic trip to RollerCon), though some readers might wish there was more on-the-track action.

The Power of Fun: How To Feel Alive Again

For readers of self-help books seeking science-based insight on the power of fun and how to achieve it as an adult. An optional purchase for public libraries.


The Sisters Sweet

This debut, by a graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop, is a multilayered celebration of female independence in the arts during an era that often demanded feminine conventionality. It should appeal to readers fascinated by women-centric takes on the theatrical world and the United States of the early 20th century.

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