An architect's personal and professional life are turned upside down after he meets a handsome, young stranger in this engaging short novel from Scott Alexander Hess.
This comprehensive (maybe even a little much so) examination of how, definitively examines how, in 3 years, NYC clubs & DJs took disco into new genres like hip-hop and house.
In it, all manner of theatre professionals share stories, anecdotes and histories from the Great White Way.
The Pulitzer Prize winning author of "The Hours," Michael Cunningham reworks traditional fairy tales with a new spin and a new style, converting the Brothers Grimm to the grim agony of the everyday.
A couple's destiny is cut short by the AIDS epidemic in this gripping, affecting memoir.
One of Hollywood's all-time great enchantresses is given super-star treatment in a coffee table book filled with beautifully preserved -- and in some cases restored -- photographs.
The right creative director or fashion designer manages to capture the inspiration and the spirit of the musical artist.
Rabb has seemed for some time to be on the cusp of recognition as one of the country's best novelists. This latest tale arrives with a series of encomia from famous contemporaries
Coyote is very clear: the Tomboy aesthetic is an attitude and lifestyle. It is not a look or singular behavior.
The lifestyles of the rich, renowned and famous from the decades of the 1950s through the 1980s and most importantly, the women who Slim Aarons photographed are captured here.