a) Post a list of books you would recommend which happen to be written by authors who identify as GLBTQ, or a list of books you recommend which address GLBTQ issues.
--or--b) Write a post that highlights a GLBTQ author or book.
--or--c) Haven't read any that you can think of? Bet you have, without realizing it, but if not, give yourself a challenge assignment--find one, read it, and blog it. Hopefully others will post their lists to help you out (I'll try to get a list done this weekend) and there are several resources below. Give yourself more than 2 weeks for this if you need to.
--and/or--d) Sign up for the GLBT Reading Challenge and make your reading list for it (Mine is here:GLBT Reading Challenge).
The Lambda Literary Awards seek to recognize excellence in the field of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender literature
The African American Literature Book Club lists AA gay and lesbian books
GLBTQ.com has lots of information about literature, sorted into a huge variety of time periods, racial/ethnic identities, and genres.
Wikipedia's trained monkeys have put together extensive lists of gay writers and lesbian writers
I'm going to try the pop-up Mr. Linky this week and hope for the best, but if it doesn't work feel free to post your link in the comments as well.
The C.O.R.A. Diversity Roll Call is a biweekly meme, co-hosted by myself and Susan of Color Online, with the goal of promoting diversity in reading. No need to enroll, no need to fit a particular mold--just join on in! We'd love to hear from you.