The LGBTQ+ Studies Web Archive collects and preserves online content which documents LGBTQ+ history, scholarship, and culture in the United States and around the world. https://www.loc.gov/collections/lgbtq-studies-web-archive/about-this-collection/ The LGBTQ+ Politics and Political Candidates Web Archive captures digital content related to LBGTQ+ political candidates and political issues and topics at various levels of government, with a focus […]
Yesterday (June 3, 2019), the blog from the New York Public Library shared a beautiful post highlighting eight of their staff members and books that were, “a transformative part of their LGBTQ experience.” Check out their post, in honor of pride month, at the link below! https://www.nypl.org/blog/2019/06/03/lgbtq-journeys
The Resources Committee have shared some new resources on the Professional Tools page of our round table site on ala.org – check out the entire page in addition to recent additions, noted here: Transgender Individuals and Military Service bibliography, which is a response to the current military ban. Includes fiction and nonfiction titles as well […]
Happy New Year! It’s officially 2019 and these five LGBT books appear to be quickly forthcoming! Though I admit my first love is YA (see yesterday’s NYE post) I’m adding these to my TBR pile! What’re you looking forward to reading this year?
During Banned Books Week, you might want a reminder of how to best create a diverse and deep LGBTQIA+ collection. If so, try listening (or re-listening) to last year’s webinar: Developing and Supporting your LGBTQ Collection.
Seventeen-year old Sameer Jha may be young, but already a respected activist and author of a #1 Amazon Hot New Release, we surmise he will be the most ambitious teenager you read about today, this week, this month, even this year! With Read This, Save Lives, published earlier this month, Sameer explains how he has turned […]
The GLBTRT encourages all members to like support the new Facebook group for the increasingly popular Drag Queen Story Hour. According to a recent report from Spotlight News, more than 200 people recently attended an event at Albany Public Library in New York, where a drag queen read stories and sang songs and even held […]
By J. Shoemaker Recently, I noticed a new resource coming from ProQuest in September. I thought it would be worthwhile to mention here, so I reached out to our ProQuest representative for some information. Bill Brauer is an account manager for public libraries with ProQuest. Below is what he sent about LGBT Magazine Archive. “The backfiles […]
Click here to explore LGBT Life from EBSCO! One of the leading providers of research databases, EBSCO provides a comprehensive database of more than 260 abstracted and indexed journals and more than 350 abstracted and indexed books and other reference works for LGBT studies. A complete title list is available here. LGBT Life with Full Text includes 140+ […]
By Thomas Maxheimer Do you have materials related to the history of GLBTRT? Would you be interested in adding them to the digital archive? Not only are these materials important to understanding the history of the GLBTRT, they will help in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the GLBTRT in 2020. To get started see http://www.tinyurl.com/glbtrt50 […]