Resilience: Stories, Poems, Essays, Words for LGBT Teens by Eric Nguyen Jarrett Neal Emma Eden Ramos Elizabeth Brahy Anne E. Johnson James R. Silvestri Liz Green Ames Hawkins Online

Resilience: Stories, Poems, Essays, Words for LGBT Teens
Title : Resilience: Stories, Poems, Essays, Words for LGBT Teens
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Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 167

To be queer and young is to be STRONG. To be queer and young is to be RESILIENT. Collected in this anthology are over 20 inspiring stories, poems, essays, and other writings made for you - our queer youth. Started in 2010 in a time of crisis for the queer community, these are the works of artists who wanted to show the world the power of words. While eclectic in style andTo be queer and young is to be STRONG. To be queer and young is to be RESILIENT. Collected in this anthology are over 20 inspiring stories, poems, essays, and other writings made for you - our queer youth. Started in 2010 in a time of crisis for the queer community, these are the works of artists who wanted to show the world the power of words. While eclectic in style and form, what unites these works is a message of hope: it doesn't just get better, you grow stronger and wiser. Money from the sale of this book will be used to help fund The Make It Safer Project, which aims to bring LGBT-related books into schools and homeless shelters and into the hands of LGBT kids. For more information on the Make It Safe Project, visit www.makeitsafeproject.org. Featuring work from: Christopher Stephen Soden, James R. Silvestri, Emma Eden Ramos, Dan Stone, and many more!


Resilience: Stories, Poems, Essays, Words for LGBT Teens Reviews

  • Serena

    Resilience edited by Eric Nguyen is a collection of essays, poems, stories, and advice for young gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender teens and young adults, but there are lessons in these stories for everyone, including those that bully, talk down to, or otherwise belittle people. The world would be a much better place if we were secure in ourselves and didn’t give others’ hate speech the credence that we do or given them the power over our own lives, but those of us who need support, d [...]

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