A collection of stories that celebrate the humour, darkness and depth of emotion of the queer and trans experience that’s not typically represented: liminal or uncertain identities, queer conception and queer joy.
In this delightful debut coll ... more
All Down Darkness Wide - by Sean Hewitt - £10.99
A luminous memoir from the prize-winning poet - a story of love, heartbreak and coming of age, and a tender exploration of queer identity.
'Beautiful' Colm Tóibín
'Rapturous' New York Times
'Stunning' Sunday T ... more
Live, Laugh, Lesbian: Navigating Life as a Lesbian in the 21st Century - by Helen Scott - £12.99
"Sometimes, it's easy to feel like the only lesbian in the world - let alone in the village. But wherever you are with your sexuality, you've just picked up a book with the word 'lesbian' in the title and I know baby you would be so proud."
Fr ... more
Private Worlds: Growing Up Gay in Post-War Britain - by Jeremy Seabrook - £14.99
A moving memoir chronicling the friendship of two gay men coming of age in 1950s Britain.
'All profound relationships have the quality of being a folie a deux; an intimate departure from reality, an imaginative creation of a world apart; ... more
Queer Heroes of Myth and Legend: A Celebration of Gay Gods, Sapphic Saints, and Queerness... - by Dan Jones - £16.99
Hidden in the margins of history books, classical literature, and thousands of years of stories, myths and legends, through to contemporary literature, TV and film, there is a diverse and other-worldly super community of queer heroes to discover, lea ... more
Neuroqueer: A Neurodivergent Guide to Love, Sex, and Everything in Between - by CJ DeBarra - £9.99
CJ DeBarra is an Irish journalist from Clonakilty in West Cork. They are a queer, non-binary person who was diagnosed as ADHD as a child. They have been a journalist for fifteen years focusing on local news, history, sex and disability. This is their ... more
Concerning My Daughter - by Kim Hye-jin - £9.99
The Prize-Winning International Bestseller
'I can't help but be moved by a story about women meeting, fighting, helping each other, looking after one another, and raising their voices against the prejudice and criticism they are subject to.'
Ch ... more
First Time for Everything - by Henry Fry - £8.99
‘Funny, touching and fabulous... a little slice of queer joy‘ Julie Cohen, author of Together
‘Hilarious, tender, raw, and heart-stoppingly moving‘ Amanda Eyre Ward, author of The Jetsetters
Danny Scudd is absolutely fine.
At ... more
Pretended: Schools and Section 28: Historical, Cultural and Personal Perspectives - by Catherine Lee - £16.00
Pretended is a vivid historical, political and cultural account of schools and teaching under Section 28, a law that banned schools in the UK from promoting homosexuality as a 'pretended family relationship'.
Catherine Lee was a teacher in ... more
28 Questions - by Indyana Schneider - £9.99
They say it takes 28 Questions to fall in love. Then what?
'Funny, clever, sad without self-pity, and with an uplift that is the writing itself' Jeanette Winterson
'If it's an addictive read you're after, consider this your next stop.' Styl ... more
Transmogrify! 14 Fantastical Tales of Trans Magic - by g.haron davis (Editor) - £14.99
Perfect for fans of All Out and Cemetery Boys, this anthology claims a seat at the table of fantasy literature for trans and gender nonconforming stories.
Transness is as varied and colorful as magic can be. In Transmogrify!, you’ll embark ... more
Radical Love - by Neil Blackmore - £16.99
Welcome to England, 1809. London is a violent, intolerant city, exhausted by years of war, beset by soaring prices and political tensions.
By day, John Church preaches on the radical possibilities of love to a multicultural, working-class congre ... more
The Unfamiliar: A Queer Motherhood Memoir - by Kirsty Logan - £16.99
An unconventional, unexpectedly funny, brutally honest memoir about infertility, pregnancy and motherhood.
‘You and your partner want a baby. But your two bodies can’t make a baby together.’
If you want a baby but your body says other ... more
The LGBTQ+ History Book - by Dorling Kindersley Ltd - £19.99
Discover the rich and complex history of LGBTQ+ people around the world - their struggles, triumphs, and cultural contributions.
Exploring and explaining the most important ideas and events in LGBTQ+ history and culture, this book showcases the ... more
I'm Never Fine: Scenes and Spasms on Loss - by Joseph Lezza - £14.99
★★★★★ “A standout piece of work. This is tough and true and so well considered. A magnificent achievement.” Russell T. Davies, award-winning writer and creator of Queer as Folk and Doctor Who
In I'm Never Fine, a collage memoir ... more
Bad Education: Why Queer Theory Teaches Us Nothing - by Lee Edelman - £24.99
Long awaited after No Future, and making queer theory controversial again, Lee Edelman’s Bad Education proposes a queerness without positive identity—a queerness understood as a figural name for the void, itself unnamable, around which the social ... more
Tell Me Everything - by Laura Kay - £9.99
‘Glorious, hilarious and life affirming... I absolutely loved it’ – EMMA HUGHES, author of No Such Thing As Perfect
Would you entrust your life choices to someone hell-bent on avoiding theirs?
Natasha has everything under control, a ... more
Future Fish - by Conor Sneyd - £9.99
Sacked from his first job in Dublin, Mark McGuire arrives in the dismal town of Ashcross to take up a new role as customer service assistant for Ireland’s second-biggest pet food brand, WellCat. From his initial impressions, it’s a toss-up whethe ... more
Under the Whispering Door - by TJ Klune - £9.99
Witty, haunting and kind, Under the Whispering Door is a gift for troubled times. TJ Klune brings us a warm hug of a story about a man who spent his life at the office – and his afterlife building a home.
From the author of joyous New York ... more
Red Closet: The Hidden History of Gay Oppression in the USSR - by Rustam Alexander - £17.99
In 1934, Joseph Stalin enacted sodomy laws, unleashing a wave of brutal detentions of homosexual men in large Soviet cities. Rustam Alexander recounts the compelling stories of people whose lives were directly affected by those laws, including a naï ... more
Amazing Ace, Awesome Aro: An Illustrated Exploration - by Victoria Barron - £10.99
The split attraction model? Alterous Love? Queerplatonic relationships?
From the creator of Perfectly Queer: An Illustrated Introduction, this bold and brilliantly illustrated guide is written for anyone looking to explore the beautiful ace and aro ... more
Lesbian Love Story: A Queer History of Sapphic Romance - by Amelia Possanza - £20.00
'A RARE TREAT ... UTTERLY FASCINATING' Julia Armfield | 'GORGEOUSLY, QUINTESESSENTIALLY LESBIAN' Lily Lindon | 'THOROUGHLY ENJOYABLE' Paula Akpan | 'PASSIONATE' Kate Charlesworth | 'A RADICAL ACT OF QUEER LOVE' Kestral Gaian | 'AN INCREDIBLE, AFFIRMI ... more
Lose You to Find Me - by Erik J. Brown - £7.99
From the bestselling author of All That’s Left in the World comes a swoon-worthy LGBTQ+ romance, perfect for fans of If This Gets Out and What If It’s Us.
Tommy Dees is in the weeds – restaurant speak for beyond overwhelmed. He’s b ... more
Pageboy: A Memoir - by Elliot Page - £20.00
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
INSTANT SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
'The emergence of our true selves is all of our life's work. Pageboy helps chart the course.' Jamie Lee Curtis
'Searing, deeply moving, and incredibly poignant... This isn't simp ... more
Chase Of The Wild Goose - by Mary Gordon - £12.00
The story of Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby, known as the Ladies of Llangollen
“Gordon’s spirited, romantic account of the lives of the Ladies of Llangollen is a fascinating piece of queer literary history in its own right. ... more
It Came From the Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror - by Joe Vallese (Editor), with a Foreword by Kirsty Logan - £14.99
“Horror opened me up to new possibilities for survival... I saw power in freakery and transgression and wondered if it could be mine.”
The relationship between horror films and the LGBTQ+ community? It’s complicated. Haunted houses, forbi ... more
Love from the Pink Palace: Memories of Love, Loss and Cabaret through the AIDS Crisis - by Jill Nader - £10.99
‘I read the book in one go. I laughed and cried like a baby, and was transported back to a time of innocence, clouded by the enormity of the harsh reality... Just amazing’ CATHERINE ZETA JONES
‘As it happens, I was also a Jill in the e ... more
Bi: The Hidden Culture, History and Science of Bisexuality - by Dr Julia Shaw - £10.99
A provocative and eye-opening book on the science and history of bisexuality, from the internationally bestselling author and co-host of BBC podcast Bad People.
Significant strides have been made in recent years in the movement for LGBTQ+ rights ... more
No Worries If Not: A Funny(ish) Story of Growing Up Working Class and Queer - by Soph Galustian - £16.99
No Worries If Not is a funny, relatable coming-of-age story, that explores Soph Galustian’s experiences of poverty, queerness, mental health, grief and community. She recounts her life from childhood, to teens, into adulthood through a mixture of s ... more
Never Trust a Gemini - by Freja Nicole Woolf - £7.99
Star-crazed, star-crossed – and starting to fall in love. Meet Cat Phillips: chaotic teen lesbian and self-confessed clown...
Life is fraught for fourteen-year-old, zodiac-obsessed Cat. First there’s a minor bus-meets-girl accident, the ... more
We Do What We Do in the Dark - by Michelle Hart - £9.99
A beautiful book so filled with sharp longing and perfectly phrased vulnerability that I read it in a reverent hush’ Torrey Peters, author of Detransition, Baby
‘Exceptional... has flashes of Sally Rooney’s CONVERSATIONS WITH FRIENDS, ... more
As Good as a Marriage: The Anne Lister Diaries 1836-38 - by Jill Liddington - £25.00
The BBC and HBO series Gentleman Jack brought Anne Lister to international attention, awakening tremendous interest in her diaries, which run to nearly five million words and are partly written in her secret code. They record in intimate detail Anne' ... more
Transitional: In One Way or Another, We All Transition - by Munroe Bergdorf - £16.99
'A riveting blend of memoir and manifesto ... I found myself dog-earing every page' Elizabeth Day
'Profoundly articulate. Entirely wise. Beautifully real.' Attitude
'Transitional is a clever, moving book that packs a lot into its 194 pages' Guardia ... more
The Queer Parent: Everything You Need to Know From Gay to Ze - by Lotte Jeffs and Stu Oakley - £20.00
‘Answers every question you could have about LGBTQ+ families. A must read.’ - Will Young
'A fantastic read. Full of knowledge, empathy, laughs and above all hope.' - Suzi Ruffell
This informative, funny and empowering book from the host ... more
Gwen and Art Are Not in Love - by Lex Croucher - £8.99
'Exactly what I needed right now – a delightful, heart-warming, hilarious historical romp, overflowing with queer panic and terrible jokes. I loved it' - ALICE OSEMAN, bestselling author of HEARTSTOPPER
'Fun and genuinely funny, with lovel ... more
Fanny and Stella: The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England - by Neil McKenna - £12.99
London, April 1870: Fanny and Stella were no ordinary Victorian women. They were young men who liked to dress as women: Frederick Park and Ernest Boulton.
Stella was the most beautiful female impersonator of her day, Fanny her inseparable c ... more
Neon Roses - by Rachel Dawson - £16.99
‘A BIG-HEARTED STORY ABOUT FINDING YOUR FEET AND FOLLOWING YOUR HEART’ SARAH WATERS
‘JOYFULLY QUEER, FILTHY AND FUN’ CHLOE TIMMS
‘A HUG AND A SNOG OF A BOOK’ SO MAYER
Eluned Hughes is stuck. It’s 1984 in a val ... more
The Temperature Of Me And You - by Brian Zepka - £12.99
Sixteen-year-old Dylan Highmark thought his winter was going to be full of boring shifts at the Dairy Queen, until he finds himself in love with a boy who’s literally too hot to handle.
Dylan has always wanted a boyfriend, but the suburbs ... more
Queer Life, Queer Love: The Second Anthology - by Matt Bates, Julie Bell, Sarah and Kate Beal (Editors) - £9.99
Queer Life, Queer Love celebrates the best new queer writing from around the world, by both new and established writers and features voices across all narrative forms. The new book includes 44 stories, poems, essays and flash-fiction. This is writing ... more
Six Times We Almost Kissed (And One Time We Did) - by Tess Sharpe - £7.99
Six fun facts about PENNY and TATE:
1. They’ve known each other their whole lives
2. Their moms are best friends
3. They are DEFINITELY NOT friends
4. They keep almost kissing
5. They don’t talk about it
6. Thanks to their moms, the ... more
A Previous Life - by Edmund White - £10.99
'Elegant, filthy – and quite possibly the queerest thing you will read all year.' - Guardian
'Intriguing and inventive.' - Electric Literature, "Most Anticipated LGBTQ+ Book of the Year"
'A dizzyingly enticing and kaleidoscopi ... more
It's Totally Normal! An LGBTQIA+ Guide to Puberty, Sex, and Gender - by Monica Gupta Mehta and Asha Lily Mehta - £12.99
Does fingering count as losing my virginity?
How do I know if I am ready for sex?
Does penis size actually matter??
Mother and teen duo Monica and Asha Mehta work together to answer your most pressing questions. Forget the penis-in-vagina basi ... more
Bad Gays: A Homosexual History - by Huw Lemmey and Ben Miller - £10.99
An unconventional history of homosexuality.
We all remember Oscar Wilde, but who speaks for Bosie? What about those ‘bad gays’ whose unexemplary lives reveal more than we might expect? Many popular histories seek to establish homosexual hero ... more
Our Wives Under The Sea - by Julia Armfield - £9.99
‘A gothic fairy tale, sublime in its creepiness’ - Florence Welch
Our Wives Under The Sea is the huanting debut novel Julia Armfiled, the critically acclaimed author of Salt Slow. It’s a story of falling in love, loss, grief, and what ... more
A Trans Man Walks Into a Gay Bar: A Journey of Self (and Sexual) Discovery - by Harry Nicholas - £12.99
'On the bookshelves, there was plenty of stuff on being gay, and much needed, joyous accounts of what it is to be trans, but nothing really that encapsulates what is it to be both - to exist in the hazy terrain between.'
After his relationsh ... more
Small Joys - by Elvin James Mensah - £14.99
The sensational debut novel about love, friendship and finding happiness in the most unexpected places.
'It's as fun as it is thoughtful: a tender and generous novel about finding your people, getting vulnerable, and celebrating every joy ... more
Queer Footprints: A Guide to Uncovering London's Fierce History - by Dan Glass, illustrated by Mark Glasgow - £14.99
This groundbreaking guide will take you through the city streets to uncover the scandalous, hilarious and empowering events of London's queerstory. Follow in the footprints of veteran activists, such as those who marched in London's first Pride parad ... more
In Memoriam - by Alice Winn - £14.99
THE TOP FIVE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
It was only because Gaunt knew he might die, that he could be so reckless as to kiss him.
'Assured, affecting and moving. Alice Winn has written a devastating love story between two young men on the West ... more
Working-Class Queers: Time, Place and Politics - by Yvette Taylor - £19.99
Who cares about working-class queers in Britain today? Are queers marginal to the study of class, and are the working-classes marginal to queer studies? Yvette Taylor critically engages with the experience of working-class queers through cycles of cr ... more
The Lesbiana's Guide To Catholic School - by Sonora Reyes - £8.99
No one knows Yami is gay, least of all her mum, and Yami intends to keep it that way... Until, uh oh, she’s falling in love again.
Yami prefers to be known for her killer eyeliner, not for being one of the only Mexican kids at her new, mostly ... more
Wild Dances: My Queer and Curious Journey to Eurovision - by William Lee Adams - £20.00
A memoir of glitz, glamour, geopolitics, and the power of pop music, following a misunderstood queer biracial kid from small-town Georgia who became the world's foremost Eurovision Song Contest blogger.
As a boy, William Lee Adams spent his ... more
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