W ith movies, concerts, bar trivia night and other live events canceled due to the coronavirus crisis, more and more people seem to be turning to literature to pass the time. While literature on its own offers solace and distraction, it can also become the backbone of community. Over the past few weeks, many digital book clubs have sprouted up across the globe, allowing people to interact with their favorite authors, discuss thorny moral questions or just see other human faces. Here are some of the most notable book clubs that will continue to offer online events going forward. The group has been reading about 15 pages a day and are pages in.
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Radclyffe Hall, right, and her girlfriend, Lady Troubridge, with their dachshunds at a dog show in February The book follows Stephen Gordon, a woman born into British aristocracy. Gordon falls in love with an ambulance driver during World War I, but social isolation and rejection prevent them from finding happiness. The publication was immediately met with opposition. The New York Society for the Suppression of Vice argued the novel violated the Comstock Law, legislation designed to root out lewd and obscene literature. In April , a New York agreed and dismissed the case. Only copies were published.
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Last year marked the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, the New York City demonstration that in many ways ignited the modern gay rights movement. To celebrate, we asked 50 of our favorite queer authors to recount the LGBTQ books that changed their lives. To commemorate yet another milestone this year—the 50th anniversary of the very first Pride parades—we wanted to update our list to include 51 more recommendations.