Drag Queen (OPL Human Library 2013)
Annotation:A frankly controversial, intensely poignant, and boldly forthright book about sex and gender.
Annotation:. Strongly readable and well researched history of transvestism in life -- among American Indians, in African societies and religions, in ancient Greece and Rome, and up to the present -- as well as in the theatre, the cinema and in literature.
Annotation:Dans ce nouveau roman au lyrisme bouleversant, Marie-Claire Blais trace le portrait inoubliable d’êtres chimériques qui, chaque soir, rejouent à la perfection le drame de la joie, la tragédie du bonheur. English translation: Mai at the Predators' Ball. Book and e-book format.
Annotation:(Teen Fiction) Having faced teasing that turned into a brutal attack, Christianity expressed as persecution, and the loss of his only real friend when he could no longer keep his crush under wraps, seventeen-year-old Billy Bloom, a drag queen, decides the only to become fabulous again is to run for Homecoming Queen at his elite, private school near Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Also in e-book format.
Annotation:(Fiction) The turbulent quest of 16-year-old Erick Taylor who leaves home, and moves in with his best friend, David, a drag queen whose performance name is "Miss Chloe"
Annotation:As foster kid Patrick 'Kitten' Braden grows up, he leaves behind his small-town life in Ireland for London, where he's reborn as a transvestite cabaret singer in the 1960s and 70s.