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LGBTQ+ Resources at the Library

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On this guide, you will find a selection of LGBTQ+ resources available through Earlham's Library. This list is not exhaustive, so it also includes guidance for finding what you need among our variety of library resources as well.

Is there an LGBTQ+ resource you'd like to see us add to the collection? Click the link below to suggest it!

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New Books

Night of the Living Queers: 13 Stories of Terror & Delight

Edited by Shelly Page and Alex Brown

Call Number: New Book PZ5 .N455 2023

Unwieldy Creatures

By Addie Tsai

Call Number: New Book PS3620.S25 U59 2022

Punch Me up to the Gods

By Brian Broome

Call Number: New Book E185.97.B84 A3 2022

Miss Major Speaks: Conversations With A Black Trans Revolutionary

By Toshio Meronek and Miss Major

Call Number: New Book HQ77.8.M35 M47 2023

From Here

By Luma Mufleh

Call Number: New Book HV640.5.A6 M84 2023

Stuck with You

By 'Nathan Burgoine

Call Number: New Book PZ7.1.B8747 St 2023

Lesbian Love Story: A Memoir in Archives

By Amelia Pozzanza

Call Number: New Book HQ75.3 .P67 2023

Dragging Mason County

By Curtis Campbell

Call Number: New Book PZ7.1 .C3295 2023

Wild Geese

By Soula Emmanuel

Call Number: New Book PR6105.M53 W55 2023

Awâsis: Kinky and Dishevelled

By Louise B. Halfe - Sky Dancer

Call Number: New Book PR9199.3.H3144 A95 2021


By Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki

Call Number: New Book PN6728.R63 T36 2023

A Note on Subject Headings

As you use this guide, you may notice sections of it that recommend searching for LGBTQ+ material by using subject headings. Subject headings are defined topics set forth by the Library of Congress to help libraries categorize books. If you are interested in learning more about subject headings, check out this resource. See also this article that takes a historical look at queer activism in the realm of subject headings! As you search, you may notice materials assigned subject headings that use outdated terminology, such as "sexual minorities" or "transsexuals." Sometimes language moves much faster than library cataloging. Wherever possible, we have tried to avoid including subject headings with outdated language. 

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