Transgender Horror Books by Title
Here's a list of horror novels that have queer content in them. Books that are not overly 'horrific' but contain supernatural creatures in them may be listed in the Queer Vampire, Queer Werewolf or Queer Ghost books.
These are the items that have been found, a general description, and the general rating by the fans. (note: the ratings shows not only how good the story is, but also how well the horror or creatures are portrayed, and openly queer it is. A really good non-gay item might score very low).
This page focuses on all transgender horror items.For a page that shows all orientations, please go here
|Chilling Tales of Terror and the Supernatural
||Patty G. Henderson||
A collection of GLBT horror 'flash fiction,' stories under 1000 words.
|Closet Monsters: Zombied Out and Tales of Gothrotica
||Daniel W. Kelly||
Several short stories, including a surprising retelling of The Living Dead where gays and lesbians are the only ones to survive.
||Richard Lee Byers||
Something truly evil is stirring. Something cunning and malign, that threatens the living and the dead alike.
|Hunger, and Other Stories, The
A anthology of 17 stories written in the 50s and 60s.
|Pleasuring of Rory Malone, The
Like all teenagers, Rory Malone thinks about sex. Unlike most of them, he can do something about it, for Rory has the power.
At sixteen he demolished his parents' home, spewing out psychic energy in a storm of rage. Now his mysterious power has turned to sexual desire. And what most men only think about, Rory can reach out with his mind and do...
||Eric Garber and Lyn Paleo||
The classic reference on alternative sexuality in science fiction, fantasy and horror. It contains detailed annotations that document and describe the representation of alternative sexuality in a wide array of novels, stories, films and videos.
|When Will You Rage?
An anthology of 19 original short stories detailing the lives and battles of San Francisco's werewolves. Follow them as they confront the many guises of the Wyrm.
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