Frontlist | 30 New LGBTQ+ Books to Add to Your Reading List in 2021
Books play an important role in our lives. By opening a book, we open a magical passage that transports us to another world. Sometimes those worlds are fantastical and fictional, other times they’re still fictional, but very grounded in reality. And there are even times when the book and the world it metaphorically transports us to is nonfiction, but the journey is still its own kind of magic. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in stories about and by the LGBTQ+ community, there are plenty of books just waiting to transport you. What’s more, the 2021 slate of new books includes a great selection of LGBTQ+ books, both fiction and nonfiction.
From memoirs, to collections of essays and poetry, to accounts and investigations into historically significant movements, LGBTQ+ books coming out in 2021 run the gamut. That makes sense, of course, since the stories of the LGBTQ+ community are unique and varied and impossible to capture in a single kind of story or from a single perspective. But the point is that no matter what you’re looking for and what kind of read you’re in the mood for, there’s bound to be a brand new LGBTQ+ book on the horizon, just waiting to fill that void in your life (and your reading list). Bookmark this list so you can refer to it throughout the year, any time you’re in the need of a brand new read.
Source: Yahoo News