- Funny Boy
- Unlived Affections
- Toby’s Lie
- My Heartbeat
- Girl Walking Backwards
- Hard Love
- Love and Lies
- From the Notebooks of Melanin Sun
- Sunday You Learn How to Box
- Deliver Us From Evie
- The Arizona Kid
Sex, drugs, and rock and roll define one sophomore’s year at Berkeley (CA) High School in this graphic novel.
Growing up in Sri Lanka, Ajie is considered “funny” because he hates sports, likes to wear a sari, and plays with girls.
By reading old letters, eighteen year old Willie discovers that the father he’s never known was gay.
Toby wants to take Ian to his prom…at a Catholic high school!
Fifteen-year-old Peter is initially horrified to find himself attracted to his brother’s gay friend.
Weyr, Garret Freymann.
When her older brother can’t handle his best friends James’ bisexuality, Ellen’s relationship with each of them changes.
Surrounded by new-age homophobia and L. A. superficiality, Skye seeks true love.
Sixteen-year-old loner, John, bonds with Marisol over their shared interest in zines,
but his feelings go beyond friendship, and Marisol is a lesbian.
When Marisol, a self-confident eighteen-year-old lesbian, moves to Cambridge, Massachusetts to work and try to write a novel, she falls under the spell of her beautiful but deceitful writing teacher, while also befriending a shy, vulnerable girl from Indiana.
Grady, a transgendered high school student, yearns for acceptance by his classmates and family as he struggles to adjust to his new identity as a male.
Melanin Sun struggles with, and comes to accept his mother’s lesbianism and her relationship with a white woman.
Louis suffers from his violent step-father’s attempts to cure him of his effeminate ways, but his crush on a neighborhood thug helps him hold on to his dreams of a better future.
After a brutal childhood, Mikey survives in the gritty underworld of gay New York with other gay Hispanic teens.
by Kerr, M. E.
Despite pressure from her family and small farm community, Evie manages to be true to herself.
by Koertge, Ron.
Billy spends the summer with his gay uncle and finds romance at the racetrack in this very funny book.