The Queer Bible
The Queer Bible is a collection of essays written by queer icons, about the queer trailblazers throughout history who inspired them.
From Elton John on Divine to Graham Norton on Armistead Maupin; Russell Tovey on David Robilliard to Lady Phyll on Maud Goba; Tan France on the Queer Eye cast to Mae Martin on Tim Curry, today’s queer heroes write about the icons that provided a creative inspiration to them. Other contributors include Amelia Abraham, Paula Akpan, Courtney Act, Munroe Bergdorf, Mykki Blanco, Joseph Cassara, David Furnish, Paul Flynn, Paris Lees, Juliet Jacques, Gus Kenworthy, Freddy McConnell, Paul Mendez, Mark Moore, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Hanne Gaby Odiele and Matthew Todd. Each essay is accompanied by an exclusive, bespoke illustration by a young queer artist, to create a truly beautiful and definitive celebration of queer culture.
Based on the popular website QueerBible.com, founded by model and activist Jack Guinness, this timely collection, edited by him, continues his mission – to create a space dedicated to the celebration of queer history.
Fully intersectional and fully representative, The Queer Bible is a definitive collection for the LGBTQI+ community and its allies.
Editor: Jack Guinness.