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Brittney Griner's Drama in a Comic: Basketball Star's Life Told Visually

Brittney Griner's Drama in a Comic: Basketball Star's Life Told Visually

By Laura Moreno | Jan 24, 2023

Brittney Griner's inspirational life story has now been immortalized in a new comic book published by TidalWave Comics, "Female Force: Brittney Griner."

Winter's Tales: New and Upcoming LGBTQ Books, Part 1

Winter's Tales: New and Upcoming LGBTQ Books, Part 1

By Jim Piechota | Jan 17, 2023

Book lovers have so many reasons to be excited, as it is already promising to be another stellar year for queer literature. Presented here are just a few examples of the amazing literary delights at — or coming soon to — a bookstore near you.

Prince Harry's Memoir Opens at a Record-setting Sales Pace

Prince Harry's Memoir Opens at a Record-setting Sales Pace

By Hillel Italie | Jan 12, 2023

No, the public has not tired of hearing about Prince Harry. Sales for "Spare" have placed the Duke of Sussex in some rarefied company.

Podcasters Huw Lemmey & Ben Miller Want You To Know the 'Bad Gays'

Podcasters Huw Lemmey & Ben Miller Want You To Know the 'Bad Gays'

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 8, 2023

In their book and podcast "Bad Gays," Huw Lemmey and Ben Miller turn the light on historical figures who may have been gay, but not as we define same-sex relationships today.

Bookstore Owner Christina Pascucci Ciampa Creates Welcome Niche for Queer Books

Bookstore Owner Christina Pascucci Ciampa Creates Welcome Niche for Queer Books

By Steve Duffy | Jan 6, 2023

Christina Pascucci Ciampa saw a need for feminist and queer books finding their way onto bookshelves for consumers. And she did so by starting small.

Michael J. Lato's 'Refugee Handbook' - a Real-life International Love Story

Michael J. Lato's 'Refugee Handbook' - a Real-life International Love Story

By Laura Moreno | Dec 27, 2022

Michael J. Lato's first book shares the remarkable love story of a male couple and offers us a window into a world few of us will ever get to see for ourselves.

Editions Of Jan. 6 Report Already On Amazon Best Seller List

Editions Of Jan. 6 Report Already On Amazon Best Seller List

Dec 24, 2022

It took less than a day for the Jan. 6 report to go from public unveiling to the bestseller list on Amazon.com.

Ty Hunter: Fashion Guru Pens Autobiography

Ty Hunter: Fashion Guru Pens Autobiography

By Cornelius Washington | Dec 20, 2022

The fashion and lifestyle book of the season has emerged. Mr. Ty Hunter has decided to grace the planet with "The Makeover From Within: Lessons in Hardship, Acceptance, and Self-Discovery," an autobiography that's also about style and aesthetics.

2022 Rewind: Check Out These Hunky 'Russian Dudes' from Activist & Photographer Seva Galkin

2022 Rewind: Check Out These Hunky 'Russian Dudes' from Activist & Photographer Seva Galkin

Dec 15, 2022

Seva Galkin is an artist pushing the boundaries in Russia both as a filmmaker and photographer. As as a photographer he has a new project called "Russian Dudes."

Review: 'Roses, in the Mouth of a Lion' an Introspective, Illustrative Coming-of-Age Story

Review: 'Roses, in the Mouth of a Lion' an Introspective, Illustrative Coming-of-Age Story

By Christopher Verleger | Dec 14, 2022

Two young women from completely different backgrounds fall in love and face struggles of acceptance and approval from within their family environments.

Review: Starr-gazing — 'Remember Me, Vicki Starr: The Visual History of a Trans Renegade' Uncovers an Unknown History

Review: Starr-gazing — 'Remember Me, Vicki Starr: The Visual History of a Trans Renegade' Uncovers an Unknown History

By Michael Flanagan | Dec 13, 2022

The 2021 photography book "Remember Me, Vicki Starr: The Visual History of a Trans Renegade" by Albert Tanquero and Lewis Rawlinson definitively answers the question of whether LGBT performers worked in historic North Beach nightclubs.

Review: Taylor Brorby's 'Boys & Oil' Documents Growing up Gay in the Heartland

Review: Taylor Brorby's 'Boys & Oil' Documents Growing up Gay in the Heartland

By Laura Moreno | Dec 13, 2022

Readers of "Boys & Oil" will relish his lyrical prose and brilliant descriptions of the land. Furthermore, he delves into the type of closed masculinity that develops in such extreme topography.

'Call Me By Your Name' Director Luca Guadagnino Takes on Williams Burroughs in New Project

'Call Me By Your Name' Director Luca Guadagnino Takes on Williams Burroughs in New Project

By Emell Adolphus | Dec 9, 2022

"Call Me By Your Name" director Luca Guadagnino has found his latest project in adapting one of William Burroughs' autobiographical novels into film. He is in the process of raising financing for the project with actor Daniel Craig attached as the lead.

Review: 'Drama Prince' Delightfully Cozy, Brimming with Passion

Review: 'Drama Prince' Delightfully Cozy, Brimming with Passion

By Christopher Verleger | Dec 8, 2022

Fairytale romance abounds in Joe Cosentino's latest.

Sara Thankam Mathews' 'All This Could Be Different'

Sara Thankam Mathews' 'All This Could Be Different'

By Tim Pfaff | Dec 6, 2022

In what could be taken as her philosophy of fiction, Sara Thankam Mathews has produced a debut novel, "All This Could Be Different." Mathews controls large block of prose with a clear, involving plot and characters that make strong impressions.

Helena Bonham Carter Defends Johnny Depp and J.K. Rowling

Helena Bonham Carter Defends Johnny Depp and J.K. Rowling

By Emell Adolphus | Nov 28, 2022

In an interview with The Sunday Times Magazine, Helena Bonham Carter called times up on both of the public figures being canceled over their behavior.

Review: Manuel Muñoz's 'The Consequences' Unfailingly Honest

Review: Manuel Muñoz's 'The Consequences' Unfailingly Honest

By Tim Pfaff | Nov 22, 2022

Migrant Valley, one of America's most hidden regions — though it's right there at the side of the highway for anyone to see — is vividly portrayed in Manuel Muñoz's new short story collection "The Consequences" (Graywolf Press).

Invitation to a Feast: 'A Sturdy Yes of a People: Selected Writing by Joan Nestle'

Invitation to a Feast: 'A Sturdy Yes of a People: Selected Writing by Joan Nestle'

By Yeva Johnson | Nov 22, 2022

Joan Nestle's "A Sturdy Yes of a People: Selected Writings" showcases her body of work as a writer, academic, activist, and mentor who has contributed so much to the liberation of lesbians, queer people and their allies, and many other peoples.

New Orleans Cocktail Book Shows City's Elegant Drink Side

New Orleans Cocktail Book Shows City's Elegant Drink Side

By Rebecca Santana | Nov 22, 2022

"Cure: New Orleans Drinks and How to Mix 'Em," by Bodenheimer and food writer Emily Timberlake, is full of recipes for cocktails created at Cure, the craft cocktail bar Bodenheimer founded in 2009.

Deuxmoi, Instagram's Gossip Girl, Talks New Novel 'Anon Pls'

Deuxmoi, Instagram's Gossip Girl, Talks New Novel 'Anon Pls'

By Alicia Rancilio | Nov 12, 2022

These days, people hungry for a status update on Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson or Shawn Mendes' Starbucks order are skipping old standbys like TMZ and People and instead turning to Deuxmoi.

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