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Review :: Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep

By Bill Biss | Apr 26
"Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep." is worthy reading for anyone who has been spellbound by the unique gifts of acting delivered by Meryl Streep.

Review :: Barbie: The Icon

By Jim Piechota | Apr 21
For those folks with obsessive collections of their own or even readers with just a passing interest in Barbie, author and Italian art and fashion scholar Massimiliano Capella has produced "Barbie: The Icon."

Review :: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back: Original Topps Trading Card Series, Volume Two

By Kevin Taft | Apr 14
Abrams Comic Arts releases another beautiful collection of "Star Wars" Topps Trading Cards, this time focusing on the four sets of cards from "The Empire Strikes Back."

Review :: The Golden Condom

By Logan Quigley | Apr 6
"The Golden Condom," aptly subtitled "And Other Essays on Love Lost and Found," explores the pitfalls and trials of different types of love, dealing in turn with the love between romantic partners, friends, and even mentors and protégés.

Review :: Lust & Wonder

By Michael Cox | Mar 30
Inside the head of Augusten Burroughs is not a particularly pleasant place to reside. Yet this is the where you get to lodge for 304 paranoid, self-destructive, hyperbolic and catty pages if you read "Lust & Wonder."

Review :: Tom House: Tom Of Finland In Los Angeles

By Will Sanna | Mar 28
A fascinating look inside "the house that Tom built."

Review :: Best Lesbian Erotica - 20th Anniversary Edition

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 25
Cleis Press releases another in their annual series of "Best Lesbian Erotica" anthologies, and this collection of well-written, steamy tales will get your blood pumping!

Review :: I Met Someone

By Bill Biss | Mar 25
The mechanisms of stardom and trying to discover a personal and true "being" are exposed in a persistent and transcending degree. Whether it is the cost of fame, the spiritual search within or the fundamental trappings of such aspirations.

Review :: The South Side

By Carla K. Johnson | Mar 22
Natalie Y. Moore takes on the task of examining segregation through the lens of her hometown's shameful record and her vibrant personal story.

Review :: The Caped Crusade: Batman And The Rise Of Nerd Culture

By JC Alvarez | Mar 21
Just in time for the big screen rivalry we've all been waiting for, Glen Weldon takes an in-depth exploration of one of pop-culture's biggest icons in his book "The Caped Crusade: Batman and the Rise of Nerd Culture."

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