Transgender Warriors

By Harvard Book Store

By Harvard Book Store

Transgender Warriors: Making History from Joan of Arc to Dennis Rodman

Leslie Feinberg

$24.95 $22.95

"Leslie taught me that we have always been here and we always will be. Part history text and part memoir, this read is equally informative, accessible, and inspiring. I cannot say enough that this book changed my life. I have never felt so seen. Thank you, Leslie. 'Look for us—transgender warriors—in the leadership of the struggle to usher in the dawn of liberation.' —Les Feinberg"

Trans Liberation: Beyond Pink or Blue

Leslie Feinberg


Butch Heroes

Ria Brodell

$24.95 $22.95

Evolution's Rainbow: Diversity, Gender, and Sexuality in Nature and People

Joan Roughgarden


Transgender biologist Joan Roughgarden's revolutionary work on the gender diversity of animals (and humanity).

The Genial Gene: Deconstructing Darwinian Selfishness

Joan Roughgarden


Roughgarden's follow up to Evolution's Rainbow, exploding everying you thought you knew about Darwin, natural selection, evolution, and the myth of human's "instinct" for survival and selfishness.

Little Fish

Casey Plett

$17.95 $16.51


Akwaeke Emezi

$16.00 $14.72


Akwaeke Emezi

$17.99 $16.55

"There are a lot of things happening in Pet, but transphobia is never one of them. This is an absolutely stunning novel, and Akwaeke Emezi is a genius. And Jam is a girl who just gets to be (well, and uncover the monster lurking in her town with the help of her new crusading winged friend—but that's another matter entirely).


Meredith Russo

$18.99 $17.47

"There are a lot of things about Morgan’s experiences that don’t match my own, but Meredith Russo captures the experience of struggling with figuring out one’s gender, the fear of coming out, and the visceral feeling of wrong that is dysphoria, in a way that made me feel seen in a way that even other depictions of trans or non-binary characters never have before. I’m not going to lie—this is a hard book. It left me feeling raw, and emotional in the four or five hours it took me to read it. But (spoiler) it does have a happy ending, and I set the book down simultaneously filled with joy, and wanting to burst into tears.

Zenobia July

Lisa Bunker

$17.99 $16.55

George (Scholastic Gold)

Alex Gino

$7.99 $7.35

Gracefully Grayson

Ami Polonsky

$8.99 $8.27


Kat Leyh

$12.99 $11.95

The Seep

Chana Porter

$25.00 $23.00

Queen of the Conquered

Kacen Callender

$16.99 $15.63

Something That May Shock and Discredit You

Daniel M. Lavery

$26.00 $23.92

It's hard to overstate just how funny Daniel Lavery is. He's spent many years spreading Ayn Rand parodies, Jane Eyre texts, and Shatner musings across the internet like an extremely clever dandelion loosing its seeds to the wind. This books maintains that humor and mastery of language, and the literary and pop culture references are still there—they're everywhere, rapid-fire, you know, like dandelion seeds—is this still a good metaphor?—but the heart of the book is the complex, difficult, euphoric subject of transition. Specifically Daniel's transition, although trans and gender-nonconforming people everywhere will probably find something to relate to here. What a joy to spend some time in the world as he sees it: everything significant, everything shot through with meaning and hard-earned revelation. I am not the same person on the other side of this book, or I am exactly the same person but more so. One of the two.

A Year Without a Name: A Memoir

Cyrus Dunham

$26.00 $23.92

All the Birds in the Sky

Charlie Jane Anders

$15.99 $14.71

Felix Ever After

Kacen Callender

$18.98 $17.46