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Review :: Some Go Hungry

By Christopher Verleger | May 17
A gay man returns home to rural Indiana and becomes reacquainted with fear, bigotry and homophobia in J. Patrick Redmond's compelling debut novel.

Review :: Boy Erased

By Noe Kamelamela | May 11
In "Boy Erased," a gay man recounts his experiences in an ex-gay program as an unhappy and painful time of crisis.

Review :: Legends of Disco

By Bill Biss | May 10
James Arena's passion for capturing the history of disco is not only interesting to discover, but a worthwhile discovery of all of the artists who created all those "good times."

Review :: Hamilton - The Revolution

By Steven Bergman | May 9
Another marketing piece contributes to the musical theater juggernaut about the first Secretary of State, that continues to take Broadway by storm.

Review :: Barbra Streisand: Redefining Beauty, Femininity And Power

By Bill Biss | May 5
Neal Gabler presents a solid yet at times, overtly sweetened look at the transformation of a star and just what Streisand represents in Jewish culture and sociology.

Review :: Fall Of Man In Wilmslow

By Christopher Verleger | May 4
The apparent suicide of famed mathematician Alan Turing has a profound effect on a young detective in David Lagercrantz's gripping novel.

Review :: The Role

By Christopher Verleger | May 4
When two actors are cast as each other's romantic interest, they can't help but wonder if it's art imitating life in this sensational debut novel from Richard Taylor Pearson.

Review :: Queerspawn in Love: A Memoir

By Noe Kamelamela | May 3
Failed romance here is presented in an epic format that spans years, continents and chasms of emotional connection.

Review :: You Are The One

By Christopher Verleger | May 3
In this intriguing short story collection from Scott Pomfret, gay men tackle issues with the church, the military, parenthood, promiscuity and illness.

Review :: Jane Two

By Brenna Smith | Apr 28
Billed as a coming-of-age story, "Jane Two" is actually more of a tragic romance told through the eyes of a boy as he develops into a man.

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