As in previous years, this list was the most difficult to compile and is unfortunately much shorter than the other two lists. Many books that feature queer disabled people don’t make it clear in their cover blurb or promotional materials. I rely heavily on detailed book reviews – and occasionally random happenstance – to find books for this list. If you know any books that fit the theme, please do share them with me so I may add them! Remember, only book about disabled queer people, and only works published in 2014.
Here’s everything I found, arranged by genre.
Under the Lights by Dahlia Adler was reviewed at Leeanna.me.
Too Late… I Love You by Kiki Archer was reviewed at A Modern Girl’s Bookshelf.
A Slice of Quietude by Sharon Cho was reviewed at The Rainbow Hub.
Let the Lover Be by Sheree L. Greer was reviewed at AfterEllen.
Far From You by Tess Sharpe was reviewed at Disability in Kidlit.
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