Praise for The Letter Q
"[T]houghtful, humorous, and moving...Read together, the letters become a powerful refrain." —Publishers Weekly
*"[A] lovely, often funny, and always heartfelt book...that may save lives." —Booklist, starred review
"Offering encouragement, comfort, advice, valor, and love, they create a vivid rainbow of political perspectives, personal anecdotes, and wisdom." —Elle
"[W]ith its repeated exhortations to relax more and worry less, this book might be a life-saver for some-and could function as an author list, as well, for teens wanting to read more about People Like Us." —Horn Book
"The Letter Q is the most recent book addressing the issue and sheds the formalities of speaking to a broad audience you've never met. It is instead an anthology of letters from LGBT writers to their younger selves. The result is an intimate experience where the authors address specifics and call themselves out on their own faults." —The Advocate
About the Author
Sarah Moon is a teacher, writer, and translator. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
James Lecesne is an actor, writer, and activist. His Academy Awardwinning short film, Trevor, inspired the founding of The Trevor Project (www.thetrevorproject.org).