ReQueered Tales preserves literary heritage of LGBTQ fiction

The interview with publisher author Matt Lubbers-Moore of ReQueered Tales and host author Emma Palova marks the 100th episode anniversary of For the Love of Books Podcast show. I am grateful to the entire literary community for making the show a success and to the sponsors Doc Chavent and The Lowell Ledger.

ReQueered Tales is striving to preserve the literary heritage of the LGBTQ community by publishing out-of-print titles or publishing new works of older series.

According to Lubbers-Moore, the project started out as a joke with his business partners.

“Books from the 1990s, 80s, and 70s were hard to find and expensive,” said Lubbers-Moore. “Are we actually going to do this?”

And they started with a core of five gay mystery authors in 2018 as they grew to cover all the genres of LGBTQ fiction.

“Now we’re competing with the big boys,” Lubbers-Moore laughed as he referred to the big publishing houses. “Other publishers are doing this now.”

Listen in for a chance to win a signed copy of Murder and Mayhem bibliography. Be a part of the excitement and magic.

Sponsored by Doc Chavent and The Lowell Ledger.


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