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Book Review :: Sixty Nine - Joyful Gay Sex Featuring Cockyboys

By JC Alvarez | Apr 6
That fantasy you've been indulging in comes to life in the photo narrative "Sixty Nine - Joyful Gay Sex," featuring the Cockyboys in all their glory. Colorfully cheeky and enthusiastically erotic.

Book Review :: Selfish, Shallow And Self-Absorbed

By Kitty Drexel | Apr 3
The writers of this compilation of essays reflect on lives lived without children. These are the stories, historical essays, and polemics luridly detailing their child-free existence.

Book Review :: We Regret to Inform You

By Christopher Verleger | Apr 2
A myriad of manly emotions are illustrated in this unique short story collection.

Book Review :: Can't and Won't

By Danielle Behrendt | Mar 31
This collection of stories cements Lydia Davis as the master of modern flash fiction, breathing life into generally untouched characters and stories.

Book Review :: A Fighting Chance

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 31
Warren's book is a wake-up call that tells readers why we should be hopping mad, and who, precisely, the proper target is for that anger. Guess what: It's not the poor.

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 :: 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 :: 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 :: 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.

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