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The Letter Q: Queer Writers' Notes to their Younger Selves

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2013

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  • Posted August 21, 2012

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    The title of this remarkable anthology says it all¿a multitude

    The title of this remarkable anthology says it all—a multitude of LGBT
    authors, more than sixty of them, have come together to tell themselves
    as young adults what they wish they had known back then. In doing so,
    they also are reaching out to today’s youth who are struggling with
    their sexual identities, letting them know they are not alone and others
    have felt the way they feel. Written for age 14 and up, the letters are
    honest, emotional and forthright, no holds barred. There are even
    practical suggestions for making one’s own life just a little bit
    easier. Some of the writers involved will be a surprise to readers and
    some will not but that really doesn’t matter because the point of it all
    is to make the road just a little easier for the younger generation.
    The target audience is obvious but this is a book that can be
    appreciated just as much by those of us who are not LGBT because it
    gives us a small glimpse of what life is like for young adults who are
    unsure of themselves and those who ARE sure but are having difficulty
    finding a comfortable place in our world. One really important note is
    that this book will strike a chord with all teenagers who are struggling
    with issues of any kind, not just sexual identity. Has this been done
    before? Perhaps it has but, if so, I haven’t seen it. The authors and
    editors and publisher involved all are to be commended for a fine idea
    executed brilliantly and with great compassion, so much that I was
    frequently brought to tears. I strongly recommend it for young adults
    and adults alike and especially would like to see it shelved in every
    school library. Lives can literally be saved.

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    Posted August 2, 2012

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