A recommendations list of 36 LGBTQIA+ SFF books to read during the spooky season, with books for horror and the more squeamish fans alike.
Naira and Tarquin have escaped vicious counter-revolutionaries, misprinted monsters, and the pull of a dying planet. Now, bound together to find the truth behind the blight that has been killing habitable planets, they need to hunt out the Mercator family secrets.
But, when the head of Mercator disappears, taking the universe’s remaining supply of starship fuel with him, chaos breaks loose between the ruling families. Naira’s revolution must be put aside for the sake of humanity’s immediate survival.
Disguised as Tarquin’s new bodyguard, Naira plans to destroy the settlement ship before they make land. But neither of them expects to end up stranded on a dead planet. To survive and keep her secret, Naira will have to join forces with the man she’s sworn to hate. And together they will uncover a plot that’s bigger than both of them.
The mystery of a missing translator sets three lives on a collision course that will have a ripple effect across galaxies in this powerful new novel by one of the masters of modern science fiction. Translation State is at once a sweeping space adventure and a brilliant exploration of how in order to belong, we must first become.
From the world of the breakout novel Firebreak, an exciting new adventure of corporate corruption, hazardous flight, and divided loyalties. After a daring escape from a prison lab, two young, modified soldiers arrive in a freezing-cold city where they have no resources. With time running out, a sinister handler pitting the operatives against each other will be the biggest threat to their mutual survival.
Inspired by a tweet saying “Every time you complain about Martin, Rothfuss, or Lynch taking a long time to complete their series, you have to buy the first volume of a completed epic fantasy series by a non-male or BIPOC author.” I set out to make a list of 20 queer fantasy series that are already complete.
As fantasy seems to be getting more hype than science fiction right now, I sat down and looked at what queer science fiction titles are releasing in 2022 and quickly decided to make a list, highlighting my favorite of all science fiction subgenres: space operas / books set in space.
Did you know? May 21st is International Tea Day! So what would be more fun than to put together a (very queer) tea party today, and invite our favorite characters to it!?
Find our what 5 characters I chose to join by tea party!