This is an entirely idiosyncratic selection of more or less LGBT-themed books that I've reviewed so far. Please note, the attribution of stars is based on the Michelin guide system. So:
No star doesn't mean it's awful, but it's definitely missable. Read the review.
1 star: Definitely worth your time.
2 stars: An important work.
3 stars: A classic.
Bow Grip by Ivan E. Coyote novel
Christopher and His Kind by Christopher Isherwood memoir
The City and the Pillar by Gore Vidal novel
Dancer from the Dance by Andrew Holleran novel
Death in Venice by Thomas Mann novel
Family Dancing by David Leavitt short stories
Les Faux-monnayeurs par André Gide novel
La Fin de l'homosexualité par Éric Duhaime non-fiction
Gay Life Stories by Robert Aldrich non-fiction
House of Names by Colm Toibin novel
The Marble Quilt by David Leavitt short stories
The Master by Colm Tóibín novel
A Meeting by the River by Christopher Isherwood novel
Alexandria by Mark Doty poetry
My Brother and His Brother by H. Lindquist novel
The Naked Civil Servant by Quentin Crisp memoir
Oscar Wilde by Richard Ellmann biography
Quelqu'un par Nicholas Giguère poetry
Le Ramier par André Gide novel
The Sparsholt Affair by Alan Hollinghurst novel
The Swimming-Pool Library by Alan Hollinghurst novel
Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin novel
This Wound is a World by Billy-Ray Belcourt poetry
The Velvet Rage by Alan Downs non-fiction