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We know how awesome Benjamin Alire Sáenz is. Do you?

Read all this great praise for Benjamin, then mark your calendar for our LGBTQ+ Services Committee's 25th Anniversary Author Talk on Oct 15!

Benjamin Alire Sáenz Read-A-Likes

Benjamin's author talk is Saturday, October 15 at Tucson High Tech Mall at 2 pm. If you liked his books, you might enjoy some of these.

Rainbow Reads Book Club Online

Oct 16th | 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Online Event
We are now hosting Rainbow Reads via Zoom! Please register to receive login information the day before our conversation.

Commemorating 25 years with Benjamin Alire Sáenz!

Join us at this free, in-person event on Saturday, October 15 from 2 to 4 pm at Tucson High Magnet School, Tech Mall, 400 North 2nd Avenue.

Banned Books Week!

Banned Books Week is September 18th-24th. Look at the top 10 most challenged materials of 2021, tracked by the American Library Association.

Author Talk with Benjamin Alire Sáenz

Oct 15th | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Tucson High Magnet School
Come celebrate the LGBTQ+ Services Committee's 25th anniversary Author Talk with Benjamin Alire Sáenz!

Sapphic Romances for the EBook Reader

Do you love a good romance between women? Here are a few to check out, many of which are available in OverDrive right now!

Fictional characters we want to be

Here's a list of books, movies, and television shows from the LGBTQ+ Services Committee that feature fictional characters we want to be.

Must-read (new and forthcoming) queer books

From poignant family dramas & middle grade retellings to fantasy adventures & environmental essays — there is truly something for everyone.

LGBTQ+ Picture Books

Enjoy these picture books featuring LGBTQ+ children and families!

Rainbow Reads Book Chat - July 2022

Every other month, we share book recommendations in a round-robin style book chat. We discussed a LOT of great titles this month!

Meet Jessica P. of the LGBTQ+ Services Committee

"The biggest hope I have for future generations is the ability to openly explore their own identities and experiences." - Jessica P.

Read Black Pride 2022: The Master List

The #ReadBlack Book Club met for the annual Read Black Pride book share, in which we discussed books by LGBTQ+ authors and history.

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