Skip to Content Skip to Menu. Gabe is in the latter stages of embracing himself as a transgender man after coming to the realization that he's Gabe and not the Liz his family and schoolmates thought him to be. Gabe discovers an outlet for his love of music when his next door neighbor arranges a radio show for him on the local community radio station, an outlet that gives him the strength to be more public but also challenges him to believe in himself when a radio caller turns into a bully. Also available for download as an e-book. Absorbing and illuminating profiles of six transgender young adults, edited by the author with such care and restraint that her subjects' individual voices shine as they tell their own personal stories. A story of three characters told in accessible, engaging verse.
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So if you're looking to relate, to escape or simply to broaden your horizons this year, look no further than this list which we curated from hours of reading and whittling down. As Kimia sits in a hospital waiting room, anticipating her IVF results, she reflects on the history of her family, from her great grandfather with his 52 wives to her parents, Darius and Sara, who fought back against each corrupt regime of their time in Iran. At the age of ten, Kimia travelled across the Kurdish border and through Turkey to eventually land in France when her parents flee Iran. Reflecting on her childhood in her homeland, her teen years in Paris and her current life as a DJ and a hopefully soon to be mother, Kimia is easy to fall in love with, and so are her eccentric, hilarious and sometimes terrifying relatives. Making its English language debut, this novel is one not to be missed.
If you've been on the Internet at all, you've probably seen that today is National Coming Out Day—in other words, the day when you find out who all from your high school is gay now. Jokes aside, in addition to giving closeted or questioning people an opportunity to share their identity with the world, this day also gives LGBTQ people who are already out the chance to reflect on our experiences and the people they've helped us become. Revisiting a psychologically toxic relationship through the lens of assorted storytelling tropes, Machado expands an intensely intimate story into a meditation on the way that abuse takes hold in queer relationships.