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Book Review :: Not Otherwise Specified

By Danielle Behrendt | Mar 25
When Etta finds herself alienated from her lesbian friends because of her bisexual identity, new friendships and her big city dreams help her make it through.

Book Review :: JD

By Christopher Verleger | Mar 25
A widow learns more than perhaps she ever wanted to know about her once-famous writer husband's secret life in this page-turner from Mark Merlis.

Book Review :: For Today, I Am A Boy

By Danielle Behrendt | Mar 24
Kim Fu's debut novel tackles not only trans issues, but also what it means to be an immigrant, a sister, and a woman in a family with values that differ from your own.

Book Review :: Art of the Middle East: Modern and Contemporary Art of the Arab World and Iran

By Michael Cox | Mar 24
As a tribute to close to almost 300 avant-guard artists who have sacrificed -- sometimes through persecution and exile -- to keep artistic culture alive over the past hundred years or so, this book works to dispel stereotypes.

Book Review :: In Light of What We Know

By Daniel Scheffler | Mar 18
Set during the war and financial crisis that has shaped the beginning of this century, this book is an intelligent adventure across class, race and ideals.

Book Review :: Dead Wake - The Last Crossing Of The Lusitania

By Phil Hall | Mar 18
A mostly successful history of the doomed final voyage of RMS Lusitania in 1915.

Book Review :: Frank: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 17
Former Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank weathered scandal, Republican smears, and -- perhaps most notably, given that it happened mid-career and during highly homophobic times -- coming out of the closet. He talks about all of it in his new memoir.

Book Review :: Delicious Foods

By Danielle Behrendt | Mar 17
After her husband is murdered, Darlene's addiction to crack leads her and her son Eddie to an illusory farm where they become trapped in the terrifying underworld of modern slavery.

Book Review :: Bettyville: A Memoir

By Daniel Scheffler | Mar 14
A son returns home to take care of his aging mother.

Book Review :: Beefcake: 100% Rare, All-Natural

By Michael Cox | Mar 4
This 256-page collection, printed on the finest paper, is something that a sophisticated gay man can proudly display on his coffee table or keep beside the lotion and tissues on his nightstand.

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