• Normal Miguel
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    Normal Miguel Erik Orrantia

    Winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Romance!

    Miguel Hernández is a teacher who has left Mexico City to complete a one year student internship in the rural hills of Puebla. He came to the school intending to … More

  • From Macho to Mariposa: New Gay Latino Fiction
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    From Macho to Mariposa: New Gay Latino Fiction eds., Charles Rice-Gonzales & Charlie Vazquez et al.

    For the first time since 1999, when the ground-breaking anthologies Bésame Mucho and Virgins, Guerillas and Locas appeared, has a collection of gay Latino fiction in English been published.

    Prepare yourself to dance… More

  • Mariposa Gown
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    Mariposa Gown Rigoberto Gonzalez

    In the sequel to The Mariposa Club, devoted Maui, fabulous Trini, and Goth-boy Liberace discover that the miedo and drama of life as a senior in high school is never-ending. The cure: friendship. But the bonds between… More

  • Mariposa U.
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    Mariposa U. Rigoberto Gonzalez

    The third installment in Rigoberto González’s beloved series of young adult novels featuring a diverse band of southern California Latino friends finds thoughtful Maui Gutiérrez is a freshman as university… More

  • The Mariposa Club
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    The Mariposa Club Rigoberto Gonzalez

    As they embark on their final year of high school, the Fierce Foursome–Maui, Trini, Isaac, and Liberace–decide to do something big, something that will memorialize their friendships for when they all… More

  • Slant
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    Slant Timothy Wang

    James, an Asian boy who likes video games and romantic comedies, realizes he’s gay while attending college in Boston. He begins a whirlwind exploration of the gay world, negotiating its many pitfalls, including the… More

  • Diary of Fire
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    Diary of Fire Elias Miguel Munoz

    Ardently infused with the theme of exile, Diary of Fire tells the story of political refugee Camilo Mac’as, who, as a boy, flees Cuba with his parents in 1969 to settle in Los Angeles. Narrated as memories from a present… More