Gay Books

Dave Holmes recalls his early struggles with being gay in his mixtape memoir, Party of One.
The author near the Capitol, in Havana, with some of Cuba's famous old American cars, most of which are used in one way or
I am about to publish a revision of my first book. It's been 13 years since the first edition of 10 Smart Things Gay Men Can Do To Improve Their Lives was published with Alyson Books. That doesn't seem like a long time, but a lot has happened.
It's now no surprise then that gay men have even carved out their own vocabulary for drug use, often with acronyms for describing
"A Peacock Among Pigeons" is for "anyone who has been made to feel different."
Lesléa Newman recalled stories of her groundbreaking book being stolen and defecated on.
This book will be added to my own personal collection - a rare move for me with review books these days. Living in New York
Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress by Christine Baldacchino and Isabelle Malenfant (2014) Like Bailey, Morris has
Once the play’s synopsis was sent to them, the administration wretched over what they perceived as a “gay theme.” They immediately
Because the world of indie-publishing gives authors more freedom, previously marginalized writers are able to reach a wider audience -- and readers can be treated to a wealth of new perspectives and experiences than those most explored in the traditional realm of publishing.
Yukio Mishima's suicide in November 1970, with its grim invocation of samurai machismo, is probably the most famous moment of his legend. It overshadows everything else, including Mishima's three nominations for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
"It's in literature that true life can be found," Nobel Prize-winning author Gao Xingjian was once quoted as saying. The
Over the past twenty years, changes in the publishing and book selling industries eroded this ecosystem of queer literary culture.
I went to see Alan Cumming in Cabaret at the Roundabout Theater Company's venture at Studio 54 last night. Cumming was spectacular--as ever.
Calling same-sex marriage a "fraud," he then added, “The sexual act in homosexual in males is sodomy, and how could an unchaste
New York's Oscar Wilde Bookshop, which opened in 1967 and was previously the nation's oldest bookstore dedicated to LGBT