Good reads to start your summer early

Books are almost a form of currency, they are valuable items of mine to trade with others, and a constant treat to receive. During...

“My Brother’s Husband,” a charming commentary about love, loss, and family

Author Gengoroh Tagame provides a charming commentary about love, loss, and family in his manga, My Brother's Husband. Tagame departs from his recent work in...

“Book Tales” spurs flights of literary fancy

David G. Hallman’s most recent collection of short stories, Book Tales is available now at your favorite LGBT book purveyor and it’s the perfect book...

Winter Holiday book wrap up

The winter holidays are a wrap! But, this year there are more books than ever that would make perfect items to give to a...

“Handbook of LGBT Tourism & Hospitality,” by Jeff Guaracino and Ed...

The newly published Handbook of LGBT Tourism and Hospitality: A Guide for Business Practice,, authored by LGBT travel experts Jeff Guaracino and Ed Salvato,...

“Transgender Children and Youth” is a book that provides understanding

When we are in school, we study William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. Elijah C. Nealy’s most recent contribution to LGBT...

“The Story of L” gets reissue and finds new audience

When the Story of O, a tale of BDSM domination and submission, was first published in 1954 France, it was met with controversy. The...

“The Invisibles: Vintage Portraits of Love and Pride” is a unique...

The Invisibles coverIn October, we celebrate LGBT History Month, but how much do we really know about this history? Truth is that the story and history of the LGBT community did not start with the Stonewall Riots, in June of 1969; nor with the murder of Matthew Shephard, in October of 1998.

Summer’s hottest reads

Book review When I think of Gabourey Sidibe, I think of some of the amazing roles she has played since we first got to...

“Third You Die,” completes Scott Sherman’s trilogy

Cover of "Third you Die"

Scott Sherman's "First You Fall," which won the 2009 Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Mystery was followed by "Second You Sin." "Third You Die" it is Sherman's completion of his announced trilogy. It appeared in trade paperback in September 2012, published by Kensington Books.