Randomly, for no other reason than we love books, here is a great list of some of our favorite SF/F books written by trans & nonbinary authors. Drop your favorites in the replies!
The Tensorate series by @itsneonyang, starting with The Black Tides of Heaven
The Future of Another Timeline by @Annaleen (paperback out Oct. 6!)
Once & Future by @AmyRoseCapetta & @MxCory (and the sequel, Sword in the Stars!)
An Unkindness of Ghosts by @cyborgyndroid
All the Birds in the Sky by @charliejane
Dreadnought by April Daniels
The Merry Spinster by Daniel Mallory Ortberg
Under the Pendulum Sun by @jeannette_ng
The Malus Domestica series by @authorsahunt that begins with Burn the Dark (third book out TOMORROW!)
Cemetery Boys by @aidenschmaiden which is the first time a trans author with a trans book made it onto the NYT Bestsellers List!

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