Set in rural France, a look at biodiversity with bees at the lens.
This is the fourth book in Anne Rice's erotic, BDSM-heavy retelling of the "Sleeping Beauty" fairy tale.
Would a Supreme Court victory for marriage equality be the end of our civil rights journey? Or is marriage only one crucial piece in a much larger puzzle? Michelangelo Signorile thinks it's the latter case, and in his new book he makes a compelling case.
As the United States Supreme Court nears its pivotal decision on marriage equality, tensions are running high and opposition to a supportive outcome has reached ludicrous proportions. This book cuts through the noise.
Model turned writer Brad Gooch pays tribute to his art and life with filmmaker Howard Brookner, circa the '70s and '80s, in this poignant memoir.
It's sad to report that, after 30 years of research and writing, this well-known AIDS activist's satirical gay take on U.S. history is a total disaster, a misshapen, unreadable hot mess.
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.
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.
A myriad of manly emotions are illustrated in this unique short story collection.
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.