LGBTQ+ Authors

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Title & Subtitle Contents Contributors Pages Year Purchase

Breaking Boundaries

LGBTQ2 Writers on Coming Out and Into Canada

An anthology of stories and poetry by LGBTQ2 writers who have immigrated to Canada or who were born in Canada. 148 View

day/break

poems

day/break, poet Gwen Benaway’s fourth collection of work, explores the everyday poetics of the trans feminine body. Through intimate experiences and conceptualizations of trans life, … 105 View

Disabled Voices

Anthology

Written and illustrated by the Disabled community about the Disabled community, Disabled Voices is an international anthology collection of short stories (both fiction and non-fiction), personal … 128 View

Disintegrate/Dissociate

In her powerful debut collection of poetry, Arielle Twist unravels the complexities of human relationships after death and metamorphosis. In these spare yet powerful poems, she explores, with … 70 View

Double Melancholy

Art, Beauty, and the Making of a Brown Queer Man

According to Didier Eribon, melancholy is where it all starts and where it also ends: the lifelong process of mourning that each homosexual experiences, and through which they construct their own … 141 View

even this page is white

As a writer, musician, performance artist, and filmmaker, Vivek Shraya has, over the course of the last few years, established herself as a tour de force artist of the highest order. … 117 View

Hustling Verse

An Anthology of Sex Workers' Poetry

In this trailblazing anthology, more than fifty self-identified sex workers from all walks of the industry (survival and trade, past and present) explore their lived experience through the … ; 214 View

I Can Hear You, Can You Hear Me?

Intimate, nostalgic, and surprising, the poems in I Can Hear You, Can You Hear Me? spark connections that alter trajectory and carry lasting resonance. Encounters across phone lines, over drinks, … 89 View

I Hope We Choose Love

A Trans Girl's Notes From the End of the World

What can we hope for at the end of the world? What can we trust in when community has broken our hearts? What would it mean to pursue justice without violence? How can we love in the absence of … 156 View

Listen Before Transmit

Dani Couture’s latest poems are transmissions that travel across the cosmos and the spaces we live in, as well as within the more intimate distances we navigate between one another. … 80 View

Lyric Sexology

Vol. 1

A collection of lyric poetry, the work draws on personal history and theory, as well as anthropological and psychoanalytic archives. “[It] makes a perfect mess of so much human experience … 186 View

Nitisanak

Lindsay Nixon’s nîtisânak honours blood and chosen kin with equal care. A groundbreaking memoir spanning nations, prairie punk scenes, and queer love stories, it is woven around … 202 View

Refuse

CanLit in Ruins

CanLit—the commonly used short form for English Canadian Literature as a cultural formation and industry—has been at the heart of several recent public controversies. Why? Because … ; ; 221 View

Tonguebreaker

poems and performance texts

In their fourth collection of poetry, Lambda Literary Award-winning poet and writer Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha continues her excavation of working-class queer brown femme survivorhood and … 142 View

Vancouver For Beginners

In Vancouver for Beginners, the nostalgia of place is dissected through the mapping of a city where readers are led past surrealist development proposals, post-apocalyptic postcards, childhood … 106 View

We All Need to Eat

stories

We All Need to Eat is a collection of linked stories from award-winning author Alex Leslie that revolves around Soma, a young Queer woman in Vancouver. Through thoughtful and probing narratives, … 186 View