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Our History In New York

by Michele McDonald

Even if one has been born and raised in the glitzy lights of New York City, this newest novel by Abrams shares a side and history of New York that can only be experienced through the eyes of her character, Chloe. Chloe is a professor of... Read More

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Salt Water

by Michele McDonald

Veteran novelist and nominee for the Lambda Library Award (If You Had A Family, 1996), Wilson has brought together nine of her best shorts in this most recent work. A brilliant feminist writer, she explores the relationships between... Read More

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Queer Japan

by Michele McDonald

“The first time I ever fell in love with someone was in my first year of junior high. It was a girl in my class, and even after coming home from school I would think of her and long to touch her. But I kept my feelings hidden because I... Read More

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Tales From The River Brahmaputra

by Michele McDonald

The River Brahamaputra runs from the Himalayas in Tibet, through India, and on through Bangladesh, winding its way through numerous languages, cultures, and three great religions: Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. The armchair traveler will... Read More

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