Sorry, Bro is a witty, engaging story of love, identity, and balancing the needs of family and community with a desire for true love.
Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak is a dreamy, captivating, queer sci-fi tale about fellowship and acceptance.
Rise of the Renegade Child is an electrifying thrill ride packed with complex characters, breathless action, and smart, queer sensibility.
I love reading sci-f and fantasy books by and about queer and trans people and characters. Here are some of my recent queer and trans faves that I read in 2022.
All That’s Left in the World is a touching, earnest story of young, queer love in a post-apocalyptic world.
Tara Sim’s The City of Dusk is a broad, dark tale set in a fanciful realm with an energetic, youthful cast.
Nnedi Okorafor’s Noor is a fierce, tightly-woven tapestry of cybernetic bodies, corporate fascism, and chosen family wrapped in a reverently imagined Nigerian future.
Rebecca Roanhorse’s Fevered Star is a complex, layered, hard-hitting follow-up to one of the best fantasy novels of the decade.
Marlon James’ Moon Witch, Spider King is an unexpected, richly drawn, thoroughly engrossing anti-sequel to the Dark Star trilogy’s Black Leopard, Red Wolf.
T.R. Napper’s 36 Streets is a gritty, violent, neo-noir story with compelling characters, high-stakes action, and a fascinating, cyberpunk look at near-future Hanoi.
Korey talks to Owen Lach, author of the Queer YA Sci-Fi novel Founder’s Mercy
I love reading sci-f and fantasy books by and about queer and trans people and characters.