Queer Icons From Gay to Z: Activists, Artists & Trailblazers
Written by Patrick Boyle, Illustrated by Antoine Corbineau
The LGBTQ+ community is a loving family. As such, this colorful book celebrates our most iconoclastic sisters and brothers (and gender-nonbinary friends) across history.
This beautiful book is an illustrated and alphabetic celebration of LGBTQ+ activists, artists, comedians, writers, philosophers, musicians, poets, and Olympic gold medalists. These icons of the queer community have collectively championed civil rights, radically increased queer visibility and provided a means of escapism through their soul-affirming artistry.
Just some of the trailblazers featured in Queer Icons from Gay to Z include Josephine Baker, Laverne Cox, Ellen DeGeneres, Keith Haring, Neil Patrick Harris, Marsha P Johnson, Harvey Milk, Martina Navratilova, Cynthia Nixon, Frank Ocean, Ruby Rose, and so on--all the way to Z. Loaded with trivia and factoids about each icon, this colorfully illustrated book unites pop-culture icons of the current day with the activists and revolutionaries who fought (sometimes literally to the death) for the right to be who they are, and the right to love whoever they damn well please.
About The Author
Patrick Boyle is a writer and editor based in Melbourne, Australia. He contributes to multiple pop-culture, arts, lifestyle, satire, and queer publications. Antoine Corbineau is a French creative living in Nantes. His vivid illustrations have been commissioned by The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Facebook, Google, The Guardian, The Hollywood Reporter, and many other global publications.
Publish Date: September 10, 2019
Category: Social Science - LGBT Studies - Gay Studies