By A.R. Capetta
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While the goal of this blog series is to celebrate LGBTQ YA, there’s so much more room for growth.
It might seem like LGBTQ YA books are hitting new heights, when in reality they’re only beginning to find their audience.
In the words of Alex London,
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One of the standout differences in the LGBTQ offerings in 2016, as opposed to previous years, is a boost in genre fiction.
While I love reading LGBTQ books of all kinds, in my truest and nerdiest heart, I’m a lifelong reader and devoted writer of genre fiction.
Stories with marginalized main characters tend to take a particular route through the publishing world–starting with “issue” books,
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