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Book Review :: Gym Boys - Gay Erotic Stories

By Dale Reynolds | Feb 9
Eighteen gay erotic tales of sex in the various rooms of any well-equipped gymnasium in the U.S.A.

Book Review :: Mislaid

By Christopher Verleger | Feb 9
An affair between a lesbian college student and her gay poetry professor has devastating consequences in Nell Zink's National Book Award finalist.

Book Review :: Black Deutschland

By Kay Bourne | Feb 4
"Black Deutsland" is a misstep, moving restlessly and junkie-like between Berlin and Chicago, but never finding a destination.

Book Review :: What Belongs To You

By Chris Kelly | Jan 28
The novel begins when its unnamed protagonist, an American teacher living in Sofia, Bulgaria, visits a favorite haunt -- an underground public bathroom where men gather for anonymous encounters. Here, he meets Mitko.

Book Review :: Ashley Bell

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 28
"Ashley Bell" is an escapist thriller that plays with the logic of memory and dreams.

Book Review :: Confucius Jane

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 19
What is great about the romance "Confucius Jane" is the sense that both lovers could exist without each other.

Book Review :: Maggie Smith: A Biography

By Brian Bromberger | Jan 17
This biography is primarily a chronological study of Smith's performances during her 60-year career and critical analysis of her acting style, along with an account of her professional successes and (few) failures.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: On Sondheim: An Opinionated Guide

By Kitty Drexel | Jan 15
Love it or hate it, Mordden puts his own panache on the Sondheim chronology from "Saturday Night" (1954) to "Road Show" (2003 - 2008).

Book Review :: The Art Of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

By Kevin Taft | Jan 15
You almost can't imagine the plethora of insider information you will get from this gorgeous book detailing the very early concept ideas for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" all the way to the epic final film.

Book Review :: The Gilded Razor

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 13
Lacking perspective is a symptom of addiction and not a terrible quality to have in an otherwise fascinating first person narrative.

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