A new issue of the YA Hotline has just been published! Issue 111: Y(LGBTQ+)A Hotline This issue of the YA Hotline features LGBTQ+ book lists, program guides, reviews, an artist interview, and a glossary of terms. Articles provide critical analysis on topics such as books with happy endings and the evolution of LGBTQ+ character portrayal. Discussions of non-traditional print media, such as video games, fanfiction, and webcomics, are also present in the issue. The authors (Kira Chalupa, Nathan Hynes, Nicole Marcoux, and Ridley Thomas) hope that this issue of YA Hotline provides professional readers with ideas for implementing changes to make materials, programs, and learning environments more welcoming and inclusive for LGBTQ+ teens.
All issues of the YA Hotline are produced by students in INFO 6250 Services and Resources for Young Adults and are freely available at https://ojs.library.dal.ca/YAHS/issue/archive
Vivian Howard, MA, MLIS, PhD
Associate Vice-President Academic
Interim Co-Dean, Faculty of Management
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
Dalhousie University sits on traditional territory of the Mi’kmaq. We are all treaty people.
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