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 Review :: Drama Fraternity

Review :: Drama Fraternity

By Christopher Verleger | Jun 1
Nicky and Noah return to Treemeadow College to direct and star in a slasher flick where the actors fall victim to an actual murderer on the film set in the latest mystery from series author Joe Cosentino.

 Review :: Into?

Review :: Into?

By Christopher Verleger | May 29
An attractive London man relocates to L.A. and experiences the gluttony of gay life in North Morgan's crisply written and unapologetically derisive debut novel.

 Review :: Chasing New Horizons: Inside the Epic First Mission to Pluto

Review :: Chasing New Horizons: Inside the Epic First Mission to Pluto

By Kilian Melloy | May 1
This thrilling book reads like fiction, with power struggles, close calls, adrenaline surges, and anxious suspense - and it also reminds us that the vast cosmos is real, dynamic, and, at least to some tiny degree, attainable.

 Review :: Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and the Making of A Masterpiece

Review :: Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and the Making of A Masterpiece

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 24
The long and short of "Space Odyssey" is this: Kubrick took it into his head one day to create a "really good" science fiction film. For all your other questions, pick up this book and read. The answers are surprising, illuminating, and hugely satisfying.

 Review :: Lillian Boxfish Takes A Walk

Review :: Lillian Boxfish Takes A Walk

By Chris Delatorre | Apr 12
"Lillian Boxfish Takes A Walk" examines women and worth with compelling, character-driven anecdotes, touring six decades of culture through a kaleidoscope of chance urban encounters and carefully crafted meditations.

 Review :: Lost In The Beehive

Review :: Lost In The Beehive

By Kitty Drexel | Apr 10
Readers should be aware that "Lost in the Beehive" may be triggering. Young-Stone employs tactics such as emotional and physical abuse, gas-lighting and gender expectations to tell Gloria's story.

 Review :: Resilient

Review :: Resilient

By Kyle Thomas Smith | Apr 6
"Resilient" reminds us that not only does a state of calm not have to be a dream for a far-off future, but it is available to us here and now and it is the best practice for whatever we may encounter in times to come.

 Review :: The House Of Impossible Beauties

Review :: The House Of Impossible Beauties

By Christopher Verleger | Mar 7
Within the underground drag scene of 1980s New York, a young trans woman and her lover create a home for outcasts in Joseph Cassara's compelling debut novel.

 Review :: Darwin Comes to Town

Review :: Darwin Comes to Town

By Chris Delatorre | Mar 7
Menno Schilthuizen's "Darwin Comes to Town" is a delightfully engaging look at nature's diplomatic dealings with the otherwise inhospitable spaces we've become so accustomed to.

 Review :: The Misfit's Manifesto

Review :: The Misfit's Manifesto

By Kyle Thomas Smith | Mar 1
In "The Misfit's Manifesto," Lidia Yuknavitch enlarges upon her own life story and her hard-won conviction that misfits exist on "the edges of culture... where new and beautiful meanings are generated."

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