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More great resources featuring Young Adult LGBTQ Literature:

I'm Here. I'm Queer. What the Hell Do I Read? is a site for teens (queer or not), for librarians, for teachers, for booksellers, for people with teens in their lives and for anyone interested in YA books with GLBTQ characters and themes. What books are already out there? What's new? Your answers are here. "I'm Here. I'm Queer. What the Hell do I Read?" also offers a chance for readers to post reviews of the GLBTQ YA books and to read each other's reviews.

Queer YA is a review site for fiction of interest to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer, and questioning teenagers. This includes books written for teens, or marketed to teens, or written for another audience but featuring teenage characters.

The Boys on the Brink Blog features book reviews, news on the latest literary awards, giveaways and interviews with both new and established authors in the field. Jamie loves to connect with fellow enthusiasts of gay YA fiction and encourages readers leave comments, sharing their thoughts and recommendations.

The Ravens Crossing (TRC) is a LGBTQ friendly project. It’s a YA sci-fi fantasy series, set in a fictional world within a real city. TRC is a continuity story, told through approximately 1000 word flash fiction segments, involving multiple authors, characters, and points of view. New stories are posted six days a week, Monday through Saturday. All content at www.theravenscrossing.org is for entertainment, and there is no cost to read the stories on the TRC site.

YA LGBT Books is a Goodreads group welcoming members who enjoy reading and discussing LGBTQ books written for young adults. In addition to book discussions, the group hosts contests and interactive writing challenges. They also feature author spotlights and free reads.

The Make it Safe Project donates books about sexual orientation and gender expression to schools and youth homeless shelters nationwide and abroad. 8 of 10 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender teens are verbally harassed in school. In fact, many only hear “gay” when it is being used in the phrase, “That’s so gay.” The Make It Safe Project aims to give all teens access to resources about sexual orientation and gender expression. All teens should have a place to turn to for help. The Make It Safe Project has given more than 60,000 teens access to books about sexual orientation and gender expression nationwide and abroad.