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Australian photographer Michael Andrew first traveled to St. Petersburg in 2005. In the nine years since, he's returned more than 19 times. His latest book, composed of pictures from the Winter of 2013, explores public and private spaces and identities.
Photographer Michael Stokes' new photo essay is bold and perfectly titled. "Bare Strength" is a powerful and super-charged look through his lens at the male physique that inspires modern-day heroism plus a whole lot more.
Barbra Streisand may be the only superstar to blend Old Hollywood glamour with New Hollywood verve. Best-selling author James Spada luminously brings these two elements together in "Streisand: In the Camera Eye."
Man's relationship with the sea is a theme that many artists have explored, but rarely has a photographer captured the weightless silence of being underwater as Hugh Arnold does in "Agua Nacida," a luxurious 368-page book of fine art photography.
Philadelphia-based photographer B.Proud's gallery of GLBT couples documents "a glimpse into the "everyday" lives" of LGBTQ couples.
San Francisco photographer Louis LaSalle has released his second book of male nude photography, which demonstrates the enduring power and artistry of black and white photography.
A new collection of gay short stories about men in uniform left our reviewer more than a little disappointed.
A great new photo book features 100 of the sexiest red-headed men on the planet and celebrates the wonderfully unique look and life experiences of "ginger men."
A new book from Canadian photographer, inkedKenny, ignores the flawless, twink models and instead showcases butch, edgy men.
Captivating photos make this tenth anniversary retrospective a must have for fans of both Corbin Fisher and photography.
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