Autostraddle's best queer books of 2019
Four Arsenal titles appear on Autostraddle's list of the best queer books of 2019: Vivek Shraya and Ness Lee's Death Threat, Kai Cheng Thom's I Hope We Choose Love, Amber Dawn and Justin Ducharme's Hustling Verse, and Arielle Twist's Disintegrate/Dissociate!
Death Threat is novelist/poet/musician Vivek Shraya's first graphic memoir, a collaboration with acclaimed Toronto artist Ness Lee. I Hope We Choose Love is the first nonfiction book by Kai Cheng Thom, the celebrated author of the poetry collection A place called no homeland and the novel Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars. Hustling Verse is a groundbreaking anthology of poetry by sex workers, co-edited by Lambda Literary Award winner Amber Dawn. And Disintegrate/Dissociate is the debut poetry collection of Arielle Twist, a trans Indigenous artist and poet.
We're proud to see all four of these stunning books on Autostraddle's list! See the entire selection here.