21 Books Queer Women (And Everybody Else) Should Read
Some eye-opening, radical, and unputdownable books about gender, bodies, and identity.
Kit Haggard teaches at Emerson College. Her work has appeared in the Kenyon Review, Electric Literature, and The Masters Review, among other places. She is the recipient of the St. Botolph Emerging Artists Award, the Rex Warner Prize, and the Nancy Lynn Schwartz Prize for Fiction. She can be found on Twitter @kithaggard.
Alanna Duncan is a writer whose work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Electric Literature, Entropy, and Five2One, among others. She lives in Brooklyn with her bicycle and tweets @acdunc.