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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian

CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian

Joined September 2016

Bisexual. Librarian. New Parent. Writer. www.caseythecanadianlesbrarian.com
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Forest Hills Bootleg Society by Nicole Goux, Dave Baker
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Moon of the Turning Leaves by Waubgeshig Rice
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A Merry Little Meet Cute | Julie Murphy, Sierra Simone
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Bailedbailed

I got this book for Christmas last year and was saving it for this December, but I'm bummed to say it's not doing it for me. I don't find the humour funny, and the characters are boring. Like, it's great the female lead is a fat porn star, but she also needs a personality?? And the guy is annoying. He's a former boy band member and he has one of their songs as his ringtone? Many a mention of edgy sex stuff does not an interesting book make!

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Role Playing | Cathy Yardley
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This was very fun, very nerdy, and very cute! I swear I had no idea this had queer content, but I guess I have some kind of spidey sense because one of the leads is bi and demisexual. I loved this grumpy/sunshine combo, especially since both of them are older. Although lol on the cover artist who apparently thinks that's what a 48 and a 50 year old look like. Great secondary characters too, especially the ones you were meant to hate!

slategreyskies I loved this book! ❤️ 2d
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @slategreyskies this is my first book by this author, I'll have to try anothe one! 2d
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Helpline | Katherine Collette
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Help Litsy friends! I got a new (android) phone and Litsy is not even showing up in the Google Play Store. It's one of my favourite apps! Has anyone else encountered this? Any words of wisdom? Workarounds? I would be so bummed if I couldn't post on Litsy anymore. #Litsy #ListyHelp

TheBookHippie I thought @TheAromaofBooks figured this out but not sure 😵‍💫 I know it‘s a problem 😵‍💫😵‍💫😵‍💫 4d
Ruthiella @julesG Knows how to fix this. Go see @batsy untitled post from two weeks ago where she explains how to do it. 4d
batsy I've tagged you in my post to see @julesG' instructions, hope it helps. @Ruthiella 4d
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Ruthiella @batsy Oh, that was smart. *forehead slap* Why didn‘t I think of that? 😂 4d
batsy @Ruthiella 😂 you sent out the alert and that is key 🦺 4d
julesG Hope it's helped you. It's the current work-around. 4d
TheAromaofBooks @TheBookHippie - I had NOT found a solution, only complaints, so I am very glad you tagged me because @julesG is here with the winning solution!!! My phone got drowned back in June and I haven't had the app since then - I've checked periodically for it. Thank you so much for this workaround, Julia!!! 4d
julesG @TheAromaofBooks You're welcome. Glad I could help. 4d
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian I got it!! It worked! Currently typing on my new phone! Thank you all @julesG @batsy @Ruthiella 2d
batsy @CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian Yay!! Three cheers for @julesG 😁 2d
julesG 🥳🥳🥳🥳 2d
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You, Again | Kate Goldbeck
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DNF at 10%. I don't need my characters to be endearing in all genres, but romance is definitely one of them. I gotta like or feel for at least one of the mains or I can't root for them. Not feeling it for either of these two.

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Knock Knock, Open Wide | Neil Sharpson
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Alternately creepy as fuck horror and fun 2000s sapphic romance. I loved the integration of Irish folklore and the slice of life details from Dublin university life and the student theatre society. I found both modes equally compelling and was thrilled when they came together. The book's setup is a young woman finds a corpse on a dark road at midnight, thus begins her night of horrors that stretches into her children's lives decades later.

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Finna | Nino Cipri
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Two recent queer exes who both work at Littenvard *cough IKEA cough* get sent on a trip way above their minimum wage paygrade through a wormhole in their store, where an elderly customer has accidentally wandered.

Wonderful world-building and character work, managed in the small space of a novella. Also, a perfect ending and great #audiobook narration!

#QueerBooks #LGBTQBooks #LGBTQ #NonBinary

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An endlessly entertaining feminist Regency coming-of-age story with a dash of queer secondary characters, as well as Black and South Asian characters. The tagline of Mean Girls meets Jane Austen is pretty on point. Croucher is really great at creating flawed characters making a lot of mistakes who you sympathize with nevertheless, as well as people who you know are no good but who just ooze charisma. Fantastic audiobook narration!

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A Guest in the House | Emily Carroll
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Gorgeous, creepy illustrations in this mysterious graphic novel set in a small lake country Ontario town. A woman married to an older man whose first wife *apprently* died of cancer begins to wonder if something more sinister actually happened. Classic Emily Carroll. 😱😱😱

Also, for anyone wondering if this is queer: YES!

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This is so witty and funny. Some people say Alexis Hall is today's queer Jane Austen, but for me it's Lex Croucher. I think they are hilarious. Great #audiobook narration in this one too!

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Knock Knock, Open Wide | Neil Sharpson
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The Irish folklore in this book is so interesting! Someone just experienced "hungry grass," which is when you step on a patch of grass where someone died of starvation in the Great Famine and you feel what they felt before they passed away! ?

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Just a queet horror reader excited about her next read! 🎃👻🏚😱

Bklover I love October reading!! 1mo
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A Dowry of Blood | S. T. Gibson
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Sadly, this was underwhelming for me. One of those books where I wonder if I read the same thing as all these people giving it 5 stars. I loved the concept -- POV of one of Dracula's brides recounting him as an abusive spouse she eventually kills, with sapphic and polyamory representation -- but practically I found the writing cliche, the characters flat, and too much telling rather than showing. I probably should have DNFed this one 🤷‍♀️

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Tell Me I'm Worthless | Alison Rumfitt
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Truly iconic, an instant classic fit to stand among its queer horror predecessors like Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House (which this novel echoes throughout). Brutal, terrifying, gross, sexy, both subtle and explicit at the same time in its evisceration of fascism, racism, transphobia, and all the other rot it identifies in British society. A surprisingly moving ending for a horror novel filled with body horror and (internalized) hate.

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The Haunting of Hill House | Shirley Jackson
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What can I say? It's a queer horror classic and a fucking masterpiece. This is my third reread. Excellent #audiobook narration by Bernadette Dunne. Now onto the new sequel of sorts, by Elizabeth Hand, that just came out. A group of people return to Hill House!! Can't wait for the house to fuck them up.

tpixie Oh! I didn‘t know about the sequel! Maybe I need to do a re-read! (edited) 2mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @tpixie a reread is never not a good idea, imho 2mo
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The Salt Grows Heavy | Cassandra Khaw
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A strange gory little book. I have a hard time with novellas because they can scrimp on characterization, but as this is a kind of fairy tale, it seemed fitting that the characters are more types than not. Not that they're not unique: we have a teeth baring mermaid whose daughters have eaten the kingdom and a nonbinary "plague doctor" who is more Frankenstein's monster than human. Full of body horror. I can't say I've ever ready anything like it.

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The Salt Grows Heavy | Cassandra Khaw
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" 'Do your people believe in an afterlife?'

I shake my head. What need is there for such platitudes when you are born to yourself time and again? Like a story, we are the summation of our incarnations, a spirit refracted through a billion lives. We are our pasts, our futures, tethered by the flavour of our sisters' flesh."

GondorGirl This book was such a dark, wonderful surprise! 2mo
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Dreaming of Ramadi in Detroit | Aisha Sabatini Sloan
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This essay collection alternately made me feel like it was making me smarter and like it was too smart for me. Sloan is a brilliant writer, whose logical links between seemingly disparate topics within one essay are superbly done. She writes about art, Blackness, family, place, and more. Kiese Laymon puts it better: "Innovative, inspiring, sobering, and absolutely terrifying while daring every other essayist in the country to catch up."

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Tell Me I'm Worthless | Alison Rumfitt
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"The house, not compassionate, ..."

I knew I recognized an echo in this line, and I figured out why last night when I started rereading The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson, in which early on she writes: "The house, not sane, ..."

I think reading these two at the same time is going to be so good!

#QueerBooks

Clare-Dragonfly 😍😍😍 I instantly got chills from the echo of Hill House! I‘d love to hear what you think about this when you finish it! 2mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @Clare-Dragonfly I am loving it so far! 2mo
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Beautifully crafted story that is a kind of sequel to Frankenstein, set in the mid-Victorian period featuring an angry woman scientist stifled by her husband and patriarchal notions about women's intelligence. Wonderful characters (including a villain very worthy of your hate!) as well as queer representation, which I wish was a little more explicit at the end. There is also content about grief here that was superbly done. (CW infant death)

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Tell Me I'm Worthless | Alison Rumfitt
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"Every spot on the planet has something in its past that is worth haunting about. Or if, miraculously, it does not, then there's always the future, which holds far worse for everyone. It haunts backwards."
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Littlewolf1 I just bought this book last month when I was in Texas… So looking forward to reading it. 2mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @Littlewolf1 it is very good, but very intense! 2mo
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A Good Day to Pie | Misha Popp
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Bailedbailed

DNF at 15%. Not grabbing me, and also the present tense narration doesn't help!

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I learned a ton from this book and thought the author narration in the #audiobook was excellent! (No surprise since Aubrey Gordon is a podcaster and I also happen to find her voice sexy). I did find it a bit repetitive, which I think is the nature of all of these myths and tackling a big topic like anti-fatness in the structure of the book. I'm off to read her recommendations of other fat acceptance and anti-fatphobia books!

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With Love, from Cold World | Alicia Thompson
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Enjoyed this a lot! I love a romance that manages to balance humour with characters who each have their own traumas that come up in relationships. Here, Asa is a bisexual guy whose parents kicked him out when they found out. Lauren was raised in foster care after age 10. These two had my heart, especially their little opposites-attract, sort of work enemies beginning. Loved the bi rep! Personally I wanted a little more from the sex scenes...

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The last chapter on stuff done to fat kids made me really angry 😡

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With Love, from Cold World | Alicia Thompson
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I impulsively bought this at the bookstore yesterday while killing time waiting for my partner's car to be done at the mechanic and I love it so far! I've read quite a few M/F romances with bi girls before, but never a bi guy. Also, if someone forced me to live somewhere as hot and humid as Florida, I would never leave Cold World.

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Crooked Kingdom | Leigh Bardugo
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Just as good as a reread!
I CRIED TEARS OF HEARTBREAK BUT ALSO JOY. I love these little criminals so much.

Liatrek I‘m currently rereading this with my sis. Love it so much❤️❤️ 3mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @Liatrek great idea, I should try to turn my sister onto this series! 3mo
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Horse Barbie: A Memoir | Geena Rocero
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This was great! A fascinating life story from a gifted storyteller who just oozes charm and charisma. Geena Rocero has lived many lives, as a teen trans beauty pageant queen in her native Philippines, a stealth model in the U.S., and as a public speaker, businesswoman, and trans advocate most recently. Recommended in audiobook format, read by the author! #TransBooks #QueerBooks #LGBTQBooks #LGBTQ #Trans

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I don't feel like Shaw has much to say that's new, interesting, or intellectually challenging. I found her discussions of complicated issues at best unintentionally omissive, at worst harmfully reductive. She does present interesting if depressing research on bi+ people re: mental health, discrimination, refugee status, and sexual assault/harassment, but issues pertaining to people of colour, non western cultures, & nonmonogamy are not done well.

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Blue Sky | Audrey Wood
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So I'm on Bluesky! Find me there if you wanna chat more queer books and occasionally other stuff too 😊 🏳️‍🌈 📖

fredthemoose I‘m not on there, but please tell me the Litsy hashtag is #Litsky. Or #Booksky? 4mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @fredthemoose sadly, it looks like neither is there! 4mo
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Cleat Cute | Meryl Wilsner
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I really liked Wilsner's other romances, so I am disappointed to say this one is not doing it for me. It's told in third person present tense and there's a lot of internal monologuing, and that combination killed my desire to keep reading. I made it half way through but I never felt an affinity for or interest in the characters. There were already a few steamy sex scenes, but it's hard to appreciate them if you don't care about the characters.

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Six of Crows | Leigh Bardugo
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Just as great as a reread as the first time I read it. And it was long enough ago that I read it that I'd forgotten details of plot points. And I'd forgotten that Inej and Nina were so close at this point in the story, it was so lovely to see their friendship! I love these criminal outcasts with all my heart. It was fun to recognize snippets of dialogue from the second season of the TV show I just watched. One of my favourite books of all time!

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Six of Crows | Leigh Bardugo
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I am still sick, but feeling like there is a light at the end of the tunnel now to this first trimester pregnancy nausea. I'm just better enough that I can do this comfort reread.

I love this cast of murderous outcasts! I just watched the second season of Shadow and Bone, which I felt pretty much the same as I did about the first season, which is that I would die for all my crows, but I don't give a crap about Alina, Mal, or the Darkling. 🤷‍♀️

erank58 Hang in there! My first trimester was a killer earlier this year 😫 can totally relate! 4mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @erank58 thank you! So nice to not be alone. It's the worst eh?? 4mo
Liatrek I‘m doing a reread of this with my sister who I convinced to read it after she saw the show. I agree all about the crows❤️❤️ I remember my 1st trimester was brutal. Hope you feel better soon! 4mo
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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @Liatrek such a good reread! And thank you 💜 4mo
Kitta The books about the Crows are way better than the ones about Alina, Mal and the darkling imo. I still have to read the second crows book, although I did watch the series. Very excited to have more to devour about them. Also, feel better! 4mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @Kitta yeah, agreed. I read Shadow and Bone and found it to be pretty generic YA fantasy. Crooked Kingdom (the second crows book) is just as good as the first!! 4mo
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Red, White and Royal Blue | Casey McQuiston
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So I actually DNFed this book (and Casey McQuiston's other book, I just don't like their writing style) but I felt like a silly rom com to watch today while I was home sick and I really liked this movie adaptation! I mean, yeah, it's full of pro-America liberal politics, but I was expecting that. I was pleasantly surprised about how explicit the queer sex scenes/dialogue were and at how refreshing it was to see bisexual guy representation!

KathyWheeler I have started this book at least 4 times and have never been able to get into it. Everyone I know loves it. Maybe I‘ll try the movie. (edited) 4mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @KathyWheeler keep your expectations low and I think the movie is quite enjoyable! The actor who plays the prince is especially good. 4mo
Dragon I wondered if the movie 🎥 would be any good. Glad to read your review. 💚🐉 4mo
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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @Dragon hope you like it too! 4mo
Dragon 👍💚🐉 4mo
julesG Thanks for the review. I'm right there with you when it comes to the book. I want to try the film though. 4mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @julesG much less of time investment than the book! 4mo
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Lucky Red: A Novel | Claudia Cravens
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An interesting queer feminist western, even if it never quite captured my heart. (Tbh, I read this mostly while very sick, so that might have something to do with it). There is a great twist that came a little late for me; the pacing up until then felt too slow. I did really like the nuanced depictions of sex workers -- most of the novel is set in a whorehouse which I appreciate as a usual backdrop to westerns finally given center stage!

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Horse Barbie: A Memoir | Geena Rocero
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This memoir is so good!! It traces the author's journey from being a trans beauty pageant queen in the Philippines in her youth to a move to the US and a stealth modeling career to coming out publically as trans. She is very charming and charismatic and reads the #audiobook herself!

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Any Other City | Hazel Jane Plante
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I am quite sick right now, so not really up to writing a real review, but this was sad and hot and musical and smart. Hazel Jane Plante is such a gift!! Cat Fitzpatrick said in her recent acceptance speech for the Lambda lit award for trans fiction that trans people are writing a disproportionate amount of today's great fiction and I agree!!
#QueerBooks #LGBTQBooks #LGBTQ #TransBooks #CanLit

Jas16 I hope you feel better soon. 5mo
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LiteraryinLawrence Get well soon! 💗💗 5mo
Ruthiella Wishing you a speedy recovery! ❤️ 5mo
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Pageboy: A Memoir | Elliot Page
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A mixed bag. Some of his writing on a sentence level was great but the unchronological and disconnected vignette style got repetitive, I think because a lot of the chapters are rehashing terrible homophobic shit that happened to them but without introspection or value added. I loved the details of Halifax though! And his audiobook narration was fantastic. I'm glad we have this book, but I can't help but feel Page wrote it before he was ready.

Soubhiville Great review, thanks. I‘m planning to listen in July, it‘s good to have some perspective. 5mo
TheBookHippie Too soon to write I think. They should have waited a bit maybe. Wounds so fresh. 5mo
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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @TheBookHippie yeah, they were so painful to read about, I can't imagine having lived through them 5mo
TheBookHippie @CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian agreed. My daughter is reading it now. 5mo
Megabooks Agree that he wasn‘t ready, but I appreciate the effort and how difficult it must‘ve been. 5mo
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Any Other City | Hazel Jane Plante
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"Sometimes you can tell something is special, that you're really just a vessel for this special thing to come into existence. I didn't feel smart enough to write the lines that were coming to me. It was almost like I was picking up a faint radio signal from a parallel universe." #QueerBooks #TransBooks

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Dirt Creek: A Novel | Hayley Scrivenor
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An excellently done slow-burn, multiple POV queer mystery that truly surprised me a few times! The writing is fantastically atmospheric; I often felt like I was trapped in a stifling, hot small Australian town too! Sad overall, with a recurrent theme that adults are always letting kids down and are ultimately kind of shitty. I am impressed with the author's decision to not make Sarah (the lesbian cop) a hero, as most crime novels do.

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Mamo | Sas Milledge
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Something about this witchy sapphic graphic novel didn't work for me in execution despite the interesting concepts (two young women try to fix the magic that is out of wack in their town and discover it was caused by one of their grandmother's sinister plot beyond the grave) and beautiful art. Too much exposition and not enough action? I'm surprised this won the Lambda award for graphic novels this year.

Johanna414 I was also a little underwhelmed by this one... 5mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @Johanna414 glad it's not just me! 5mo
Kenyazero It‘s definitely a fun and beautiful read, but I agree it feels a little off somehow. 5mo
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Any Other City | Hazel Jane Plante
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"Perhaps ... you'll ponder whether or not this world deserves trans women. Perhaps you'll decide it doesn't and wonder how to change that." ?

#TransBooks #QueerBooks

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Dirt Creek: A Novel | Hayley Scrivenor
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I started this one a couple days ago, and last night it won the Lammy for LGBTQ+ mystery! Really good so far!

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A wonderful old fashioned story: an immersive world, endearing characters, and page-turning plot. Two queer platonic partners -- a demon and an angel -- leave their tiny shtetl for America. Along the way they meet Rose, a smart, brave teen girl. The three of them become a mischievous trio, getting into all sorts of adventures. Very queer, very Jewish, lots of amazing early 20th century historical details about Jewish immigration to the US!

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What a book, so smart and darkly funny!! Damani is a queer brown rideshare driver who's scrapping by, dealing with grief and taking care of her mom. When Damani meets a rich white woman named Jolene, she falls hard and fast. But you know Jo is going to betray her, and it is tense waiting! Guns can write, and she can really transport the reader into Damani's head. The ending was totally perfect, expertly open-ended and conclusive at the same time.

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Any Other City | Hazel Jane Plante
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"If I understood myself, I'd be a different person."

#QueerBooks #TransBooks

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Quietly Hostile | Samantha Irby
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Not my favourite Samantha Irby (a couple of these essays didn't actually land for me) but this was still a very funny and occasionally poignant read. My favourite one was "Oh Brother Where Art Thou?", which is about her reconnecting with a half brother she never really knew. Also, her satiric rewriting of all the original Sex and the City episodes was hilarious and especially interesting because she is a writer on the reboot!

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"The sky seemed to fall on my back and I imagined the stars finding ways to nestle in my hair, reminding me I was born from its dust and from the dirt I stood on, where my ashes would one day rest before becoming stars again."

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"If Jolene was anything, she was the sun. Perfect at a distance, but up close, she could hurt my skin."

Damani this bitch is bad news run!!

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"I'm not sure which was worse, being broke or being broken. Being both was definitely the worst though."

#QueerBooks #LGBTQBooks

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A lovely middle grade story about an 11-year-old trans kid who is dealing with his parents' possible separation, growing up and apart from his sisters, and his grandma having early stages of dementia. He ends up projecting his anxieties onto his grandma's old house, suspecting it's haunted. My favourite part was the sibling dynamics. This had very "Now and Then" vibes (tweens researching local history, even a seance!), but make it queer and trans!

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