From escalating conflicts between nuclear states, to accelerating attacks by christofascists in schools, libraries, public spaces, and private homes, it felt like 2022 foreshadowed a grim next chapter. But it was also a year abuzz with new and creative patterns of resistance. Community members poured into our store looking for information on workplace organizing, resources for queer and trans youth, and books about community health and bodily autonomy. When the news cycle was too heavy we reached for fiction, and found ourselves gravitating towards novels and short story collections whose characters faced threats similar to our own.
Presented here is a list of a dozen new fiction and nonfiction titles that resonated with members of our collective, and the regulars who kept us busy through a third pandemic year!
Find the full list here!