Ford is making a name for himself as the leading gay male humorist. His humor column, “My Queer Life,” is published in many gay/lesbian newspapers across the country. His first two collections of the column, Alec Baldwin Doesn’t... Read More
Genius and madness can be very close. Or so says Dan Seagrave, the fictional voice in Baker’s Testosterone. As the title suggests, the work is aggressive, edgy, and definitely male dominated, revealing a life fueled by love and... Read More
“The writers in Kosher Meat lay bare their souls to reveal their innermost thoughts, desires, passions, and anxieties about both sex and Jewish identity.” Schimel has put together a collection of ten essays and short stories that are... Read More
Respected for his work and admired for his personality, Isherwood has always been considered both a literary and a gay pioneer. Compiled by scholars Berg and Freeman, The Isherwood Century contains twenty-four essays and interviews that... Read More
Harrington Park Press The “Coming Out” story has been the subject matter of many works in the field of gay and lesbian studies. Gottlieb provides a fresh viewpoint to this topic by examining an often ignored voice in this process.... Read More
Small town America has a reputation for peace, quiet and simplicity. Yet beneath the deceptive calm of a small town seethes all kinds of emotions, ranging from passion to envy to bitterness. Grace Metalious? classic potboiler Peyton... Read More
In the vein of the “Chicken Soup” series, Mohler has put together a book that examines the gay soul in the context of positive homosexual identity formation. The author was motivated to write the book because of a lack of knowledge... Read More
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