Epic Reads’ List of 56 Queer Fantasy/Sci-fi Books You Should Read #Pride2023
Epic Reads highlights the importance of representation and shares their favorite queer fantasy and science fiction novels.
There are few things we love more than a good fantasy or sci-fi book with positive LGBTQ+ representation. It’s a combination we simply can’t get enough of.
Everyone deserves to see themselves represented on the page, which is why we love these genre books with LGBT characters and romances. Readers who identify as queer haven’t always had the same level of representation in popular books, but the stories in the list below are some we CAN’T GET OVER. Searching for fantasy or sci-fi books with queer characters? In the mood for fabulous LGBTQ+ romances? These books are just the tip of the iceberg of the *epic* stories out there.
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