Amy Coney Barrett isn't the only example of what it means to be a parent.
In The Contradictions, Sophie Yanow imagines a fictional world illustrated inspired by her own life experiences.
In Each of Us Killers, author Jenny Bhatt explores how gender, power, race, and class dynamics relate to the workplace through diverse characters that span the globe.
This Pride, Rewire.News interviewed queer authors Alok Vaid-Menon, Kimberly Drew, and Adam Eli on what it means to "dream more boldly" about the future of queer liberation.
I Know You Rider, which comes out May 5 through Drawn & Quarterly, chronicles a year in which the author has an abortion and explores themes of friendships, art, nature, and love.
Rewire.News sat down with West to discuss likability, self-care, social justice, and her new book of essays, The Witches Are Coming.
It’s an exciting time for queer readers: Although we have a long way to go toward diversifying the publishing industry, more of our stories are being given space to be told.
Coming soon: a memoir by feminist icon Cherríe Moraga, a chatty road-trip novel about queer America, and meditations on mental health.