Top 39 LGBTQI: Books for Pride 2024

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Show your pride, support, and good taste with these 39 new LGBTQI+ books. Celebrate Pride Month by attending parades, displaying a flag, telling your loved ones you support them, and exploring great new books by and about the LGBTQI+ community.

Decades ago, finding new books to celebrate Pride Month was a struggle. Today, the challenge is choosing from the many great new releases. This list includes literature, history, kids’ books, graphic novels, sex-positive reads, romances, sci-fi, and more.

Literature and Memoirs

  1. Mona of the Manor by Armistead Maupin
  2. My Favorite Thing Is Monsters Book Two by Emil Ferris
  3. Oye by Melissa Mogollon
  4. Starring Joan Crawford by Samuel Garza Bernstein
  5. Hollywood Pride by Alonso Duralde
  6. With Love, Mommie Dearest by A. Ashley Hoff
  7. Now, Conjurers by Freddie Kölsch
  8. The Z Word by Lindsay King Miller
  9. Bored Gay Werewolf by Tony Santorella
  10. Radiant: The Life and Line of Keith Haring by Brad Gooch
  11. The House of Hidden Meanings by RuPaul
  12. Another Word For Love by Carvell Wallace

Fun Reads

  1. The Bump by Sidney Karger
  2. You Should Be So Lucky by Cat Sebastian
  3. The Guncle Abroad by Steven Rowley

History and Biographies

  1. The Other Olympians by Michael Waters
  2. Housemates by Emma Copley Eisenberg
  3. A Sweet Sting of Salt by Rose Sutherland
  4. Cinema Love by Jiaming Tang

Graphic Novels

  1. The Song of Achilles: Folio Edition by Madeline Miller
  2. The Deep Dark by Molly Knox Ostertag
  3. The Science of Ghosts by Lilah Sturges
  4. Homebody by Theo Parish

Historical Fiction

  1. The Ballad of Jacquotte Delahaye by Briony Cameron
  2. Rough Trade by Katrina Carrasco
  3. The Safekeep by Yael van der Wouden

Health and Humor

  1. DIY: The Wonderfully Weird History and Science of Masturbation by Erik Sprankle
  2. Butt Seriously by Dr. Evan Goldstein

Romances

  1. Don’t Want You Like A Best Friend by Emma R. Alban
  2. Here We Go Again by Alison Cochrun
  3. Late Bloomer by Mazey Eddings

Sci-Fi and Fantasy

  1. The Emperor and the Endless Palace by Justinian Huang
  2. The Mars House by Natasha Pulley
  3. Lady Eve’s Last Con by Rebecca Fraimow

Young Adult

  1. The Last Boyfriends Rules for Revenge by Matthew Hubbard
  2. The Worst Perfect Moment by Shivaun Plozza
  3. The Breakup Lists by Adib Khorram
  4. Thirsty by Jas Hammonds

Celebrate Pride Month with these must-read books!

Re-reported from the article originally published in Parade.

Top 39 LGBTQI: Books for Pride 2024

Image credit Paradae

Show your pride, support, and good taste with these 39 new LGBTQI+ books. Celebrate Pride Month by attending parades, displaying a flag, telling your loved ones you support them, and exploring great new books by and about the LGBTQI+ community.

Decades ago, finding new books to celebrate Pride Month was a struggle. Today, the challenge is choosing from the many great new releases. This list includes literature, history, kids’ books, graphic novels, sex-positive reads, romances, sci-fi, and more.

Literature and Memoirs

  1. Mona of the Manor by Armistead Maupin
  2. My Favorite Thing Is Monsters Book Two by Emil Ferris
  3. Oye by Melissa Mogollon
  4. Starring Joan Crawford by Samuel Garza Bernstein
  5. Hollywood Pride by Alonso Duralde
  6. With Love, Mommie Dearest by A. Ashley Hoff
  7. Now, Conjurers by Freddie Kölsch
  8. The Z Word by Lindsay King Miller
  9. Bored Gay Werewolf by Tony Santorella
  10. Radiant: The Life and Line of Keith Haring by Brad Gooch
  11. The House of Hidden Meanings by RuPaul
  12. Another Word For Love by Carvell Wallace

Fun Reads

  1. The Bump by Sidney Karger
  2. You Should Be So Lucky by Cat Sebastian
  3. The Guncle Abroad by Steven Rowley

History and Biographies

  1. The Other Olympians by Michael Waters
  2. Housemates by Emma Copley Eisenberg
  3. A Sweet Sting of Salt by Rose Sutherland
  4. Cinema Love by Jiaming Tang

Graphic Novels

  1. The Song of Achilles: Folio Edition by Madeline Miller
  2. The Deep Dark by Molly Knox Ostertag
  3. The Science of Ghosts by Lilah Sturges
  4. Homebody by Theo Parish

Historical Fiction

  1. The Ballad of Jacquotte Delahaye by Briony Cameron
  2. Rough Trade by Katrina Carrasco
  3. The Safekeep by Yael van der Wouden

Health and Humor

  1. DIY: The Wonderfully Weird History and Science of Masturbation by Erik Sprankle
  2. Butt Seriously by Dr. Evan Goldstein

Romances

  1. Don’t Want You Like A Best Friend by Emma R. Alban
  2. Here We Go Again by Alison Cochrun
  3. Late Bloomer by Mazey Eddings

Sci-Fi and Fantasy

  1. The Emperor and the Endless Palace by Justinian Huang
  2. The Mars House by Natasha Pulley
  3. Lady Eve’s Last Con by Rebecca Fraimow

Young Adult

  1. The Last Boyfriends Rules for Revenge by Matthew Hubbard
  2. The Worst Perfect Moment by Shivaun Plozza
  3. The Breakup Lists by Adib Khorram
  4. Thirsty by Jas Hammonds

Celebrate Pride Month with these must-read books!

Re-reported from the article originally published in Parade.