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The Best LGBTQ Books of So Far

There's sly humor in what Korn writes—the "thrill" of learning the cause of one's unhappiness—but she also taps into that nightmarish sense of desolation that results from a feeling not quite right, and b feeling as though you're the only one who feels that way. The good and the bad news: this sensation is universal, especially for queer and trans people. That's why LGBTQ books in particular are so important—there are few experiences more profound than finding out you're not alone. Korn's new memoir, Everybody Else Is Perfect , is 1 of 50 on this list of the best LGBTQ books of , that illuminates the vast and multihued world of the queer experience.

50 Best LGBTQ Books That Will Heat Up the Literary Landscape in 2021

The history of gay and lesbian cinema is a storied one, and one that became much larger with the recent success of Brokeback Mountain, Capote, and Transamerica. But the history of gay and lesbian filmmakers is its own story. In The View from Here , queer directors and screenwriters--some mainstream, others who work defiantly from the margins--speak passionately about the medium, in particular their personal experiences navigating through the often-cynical and cruel film industry. All of them offer fascinating anecdotes and opinions about cinema, and speak candidly about their attempts to combat studio apathy and demands of "the market" and still create films that are entertaining, engaging, and truthful.
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