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LGBTQ: Staff Picks Masonry Block

PimaLib_ChristineR said:

I'll be honest, I clumped Girls of Paper and Fire in with the "X of Y and Z" novels, (e.g. A Court of Thorns and Roses, or A Curse So Dark and Lonely)…

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Ziggy, Stardust and Me - Listen now!

Set in tumultuous backdrop of 1973, when homosexuality is still considered a mental illness, two boys defy all the odds and fall in love.
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

If you've been waiting for this book like I have, what anyone writes here probably won't sway you one way or the other but let me say: it was totally worth…

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What we're reading!

Here's a list of books the members of the LGBTQ+ Services Committee are reading. Maybe you'll find something to add to your reading pile!

Read Harder: Romance Edition

Here are books that can help you combine Read Harder goals, whether you are a regular romance reader or interested in trying something new.

Rainbow Reads Book Chat - January 2020

We started out 2020 with a bang! Here's what we talked about in our roundtable discussion on both LGBTQ+ themed and other books this month.

The Tucson Festival of Books Author Schedule is UP!

The festival is fast approaching. Mark your calendars for March 14 and 15, then plan out your festival fun with this handy grid.
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

The Night Circus came out in 2012 and while many liked it, it reached a cult-like *LOVE* status for many readers, and I was among them. So nearly eight…

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Love Is Love: Queer Love Stories with HEAs

Romance is more than a person of one gender loving someone of another. These are awesome love stories, complete with happily ever afters.
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

The Arc of a Scythe is the best series/trilogy I read in 2019, and the finale, The Toll, while not an exclamation point on the series, expanded the series…

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Get Started with LGBTQ+ Fiction

Looking for a place to start when reading fiction about people across the gender and sexuality spectrum?

Join Rainbow Reads at Woods Memorial Library in 2020!

Find out what we're reading in the new year, and make sure to update your calendars with the new location!

Made for Flight Kites at Libraries

The kites are on display at Joel D. Valdez Main Library and other libraries around town to promote Transgender Awareness Month.

November is Trans Awareness Month

Trans people have all kinds of stories. It's important to know both the tragedies of life as a trans person and the joys.
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