SFF

Please take the representation and even genre specifics on this page with a grain of patient salt, as I do not read Speculative Fiction beyond Young Adult and the rest are all coming to me via recommendation. I update it as I get corrected.

*Not Yet Released
(+) = First in an in-progress series of direct sequels
~ = Books also have allocishet POVs
Titles in purple star a main character of color

Young/New Adult

Sci-Fi

Male Protagonists

Female Protagonists

Non-Binary Protagonists

Fantasy

Male Protagonists

Female Protagonists

Non-Binary Protagonists

Paranormal

Male Protagonists

Female Protagonists

Non-Binary Protagonists

Adult

Sci-Fi

Queer Female Protagonists

Queer Male Protagonists

Intersex Protagonists

Non-Binary Protagonists

Fantasy/Magical Realism/Spec Fic

Queer Cis Female Protagonists

Queer Cis Male Protagonists

Transgender Protagonists (Binary)

Female

Male

Multiple

  • The Four Profound Weaves by R. Lemberg

Non-Binary or Gender-Unassigned Protagonists

Story Collections with Mix of Representation

Paranormal (Non-Romance)

Paranormal Romance

M/M

F/F

SFF Series with Mix of Representation in Narrating Cast

All-Queer Anthologies

Anthologies with Queer Stories

  • *A Phoenix First Must Burn, ed. by Patrice Caldwell
  • *Sword Stone Table, ed. by Swapna Krishna and Jenn Northington
  • *Vampires Never Get Old, ed. by Natalie C. Parker
  • Toil & Trouble, ed. by Tess Sharpe and Jessica Spotswood
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