Queer Dystopia Books by Title
|Closet Monsters: Zombied Out and Tales of Gothrotica
||Daniel W. Kelly||
Several short stories, including a surprising retelling of The Living Dead where gays and lesbians are the only ones to survive.
|Devil Inside, The
When a childhood friend shows up again, it seems like Kordell has found the perfect man. But when Mario's memory is confused, and weird things begin to happen, is he still the perfect catch, or pure evil?
||Harry Adam Knight||
A lethal fungus attacks the citizen of London.
|Gilda Stories, The
The adventures of a Black lesbian vampire, starting in Mississippi in 1850 where she was a runaway slave child, and continues to 2050 where she is a hunted vampire in Peru.
|Handmaid's Tale, The
Conservative religious and political forces have forced a fundamentalist dictatorship onto the people of the United States. A racist and misogynistic administration is now in power. Because the wives of the ruling class are rarely fertile, a group of women are drafted to be 'handmaids,' surrogate mothers for the elite. One such handmaiden finds herself controlled and exploited at every turn.
|Hunger, and Other Stories, The
A anthology of 17 stories written in the 50s and 60s.
|In the Blood (1989)
||Lauren Wright Douglas||
It is the near future. America, accidental victim of biological warfare, is under forcible quarantine by a world desperate to protect itself from a savage virus aptly named Red Death.
|Unspeakable Horror: From the Shadows of the Closet
||Vince A. Liaguno and Chad Helder||
This collection of queer horror stories showcases everything from the ghosts of dead lovers and malevolent queer faeries to devious doppelgangers and twisted psychopaths.
|V for Vendetta
||Alan Moore and David Lloyd||
In 1997, war and plague have reshaped the earth. The entire British populace is under constant surveillance by a fascist, corrupt government. Only a masked character known as V can save help the country learn to save itself.
|Year's Best Science Fiction, The
Join twenty-eight of today's finest writers for a host of imaginative tours through words as fabulous as the farthest galaxy and as strange as life on earth can be.
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