LGBT Teen Bibliography

The LGBT Non-Fiction Bibliography and LGBT Teen Internet Resources List were compiled by Lynn Evarts, a high school librarian and speaker on lgbt issues and books for young adults. She can be contacted at LEvarts@aol.com with questions or comments

LGBT Non-Fiction Bibliography

Andrews, Nancy. Family: A Portrait of Gay and Lesbian America. Harper, 1994.

Beck, Gad. An Underground Life: Memoirs of a Gay Jew in Nazi Berlin. University of Wisconsin Press, 1999.

Bono, Chastity. Family Outing. Little, Brown, 1998.

Burke, Phyllis. Family Values: Two Moms and Their Son. Random House, 1993.

Clausen, Jan. Beyond Gay or Straight: Understanding Sexual Orientation. Chelsea House, 1997.

Ford, Michael Thomas. Outspoken: Role Models from the Lesbian and Gay Community. Morrow, 1998.

Gillespie, Peggy. Love make a Family: Portraits of Lebian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Parents and Their Families. University of Massachusetts, 1995.

Jennings, Kevin, ed. Becoming Visible: A reader in gay and lesbian history for high school and college students. Alyson, 1994.

Kuklin, Susan. Speaking Out: Teenagers Take on Race, Sex and Identity. G.P. Putnam, 1993.

Pollack, Rachel and Cheryl Schwartz. The Journey Out: A Guide for and about Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Teens. Puffin Books, 1995.

The Shared Heart: Portraits and Stories Celebrating Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Young People. William Morrow, 1997.

Woog, Dan. Friends and Family: True Stories of Gay America’s Straight Allies. Alyson, 1999.

 

LGBT Teen Internet Resource

www.armory.com/~web/gaybooks.html
An older (1995) list that is unusual because it deals with picture books up to young adult books.

www.youth.org
Links to many wonderful LGBT sites, including Elight, a LGBT youth online community.

www.oasismag.com
A webzine for queer and questioning youth.

www.queeramerica.com
A national database for lesiban and gay resources for youth

Young Adult Fiction with Gay/Lesbian Content, 1969-2000

A Chronological Bibliography
Compiled June 2000

This bibliography has been compiled by Christine Jenkins, Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. If you would like a copy, please send a self-addressed, stamped business-size evelope to the Wisconsin Women’s Network office at 122 State Street, #404, Madison WI 53703, and we’ll send you one.