- I am J. (2011)
by Beam, Chris. Seventeen-year-old Puerto Rican/Jewish J feels trapped in his female body and begins the journey to manhood.
- Gravel Queen
- Working Parts
- Baby Be-Bop
- Rubyfruit Jungle
- Entries From a Hot Pink Notebook
- My Father’s Scar
- Postcards From No Man’s Land
- Eight Seconds
- Annie on My Mind
- Not the Only One: Lesbian and Gay Fiction for Teens
- B-Boy Blues: A Seriously Sexy, Fiercely Funny,Black-on-Black Love Story
- Invisible Life
by Benduhn, Tea. Aurin’s relationships with her best friends change when together they meet Neila, and Aurin falls in love with her.
by Bledsoe, Lucy Jane. A lesbian bike mechanic who’s hiding her illiteracy decides to learn to read.
by Black, Francesca Lia. Sixteen-year-old Dirk comes to terms with being gay after a visit from his dead father and great-grandmother.
by Brown, Rita Mae. Molly Bolt: poor, Southern, lesbian, and unrepentant, makes a life for herself in the city.
by Brown, Todd D. Growing up gay in the Reagan years, Ben keeps a journal during his freshman year in high school.
by Cart, Michael. Andy looks back at his difficult childhood, the rejection by his father when he came out, and the queer-bashing of his friend Evan.
by Chambers, Aidan. During a visit to the Netherlands, Jacob learns some family secrets, and explores his sexuality.
by Ferris, Jean. When John discovers that the boy he most admires at rodeo camp is gay, he comes to terms with his own sexuality – and his homophobia.
by Garden, Nancy. High school students Liza and Annie fall in love and face the reactions of others.
Grima, Tony, editor. Twenty-one stories of teenagers who come face-to-face with who they really are.
by Hardy, James Earl. The title says it all.
by Harris, E. Lynn. African American lawyer Raymond Tyler is torn between two lovers: one male and one female.
by Homes, A. M. Jack thinks he’s already got problems, but now he’s stuck in a boat in the middle of a lake with his father who’s just told him he’s gay!