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Add these rainbow recs by Deep Vellum to your Pride reading list RICH LOPEZ | Staff writer rich@dallasvoice.com Whether the team at Deep Vellum knows it or not, their spot may just be the queerest bookstore in town.

The independent publisher and bookstore in Deep Ellum has been open for more than a decade, and the store features an eclectic but accessible array of titles, many they published.

We asked the shop for a list of recommended reads for Pride and did Deep Vellum deliver! (Many thanks to employee Riley Rennhack.) Here are 10 titles by Deep Vellum publishing to keep your Pride going the entire year — if you’re a slow reader like me.

And if you barrel through these fast-like, head on over to Deep Vellum for more queer-centric books and other off-the-beaten path finds for your reading list. • Beauty Salon by Mario Bellain.

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