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LGBTQ+ Books Like Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey to Look For in 2020

From Carmen Maria Machado’s haunting In the Dream House to the uplifting and sugary-sweet rom-com Red, White & Royal Blue, 2019 was a fabulously queer year for the book world. So far, it looks like 2020 is off to a similarly strong start: This year will see a slew of new memoirs from the likes of Daniel M. Lavery and Cameron Esposito, debut novels from a disparate variety of millennial voices, and queer subversions of genres long considered staid (four words: neo-Western about resistance librarians). If you’re jonesing to add a little color to your 2020 reading, look no further than the 14 titles listed below.