National Book Award Touts Author Who Queers Romance for Teens

National Book Award Touts Author Who Queers Romance for Teens


The left-wing National Book Awards selected as its young people’s literature winner a novel aimed at queering teens.

The book, entitled Last Night at the Telegraph Club, “follows a queer 17-year-old in San Francisco’s Chinatown during the Red Scare who is falling in love for the first time,” the New York Times reported.

Although published books about the LGBT lifestyle have grown in recent years, this book about lesbian lovers is designed for teens and even younger readers.

Author Malinda Lo made it clear in her remarks and in many online postings that she is also an activist.

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“In her speech, she urged viewers to pay attention to their school boards and vote in local elections,” the Times reported.

“We need your

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