We stand on the shoulders of giants. Now we learn their names.’
The Queer Bible is an essay collection written by queer figures, about queer figures throughout history.
Based on the popular website QueerBible.com, founded by model and activist Jack Guinness, this timely collection is edited by him and features his own words, as well as numerous other queer public figures.
From Graham Norton on Armistead Maupin to Monroe Bergdorf on Paris is Burning, Tan France on the Queer Eye cast to Mae Martin on Tim Curry, today’s queer heroes write about the icons that inspire them. Other confirmed contributors include Paula Akpan, Courtney Act, Amelia Abraham, Paul Flynn, Paris Lees and Juliet Jacques. Each essay is accompanied by an exclusive, bespoke illustration of both the essayist and their subject, to create a truly beautiful celebration of queer culture.
Fully intersectional and representative, The Queer Bible is a definitive collection for the queer community and its allies.