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A doctor’s journey through the AIDS crisis

Plague Years: A Doctor's Journey Through the AIDS Crisis is a devastating book Cover your nose and mouth. Wash your hands with soap and water. Stay...

“If These Ovaries Could Talk” is a great book for LGBTQ...

Book review: If These Ovaries Could Talk You’ve found the love of your life, you’ve gotten married and bought a house together, because nothing says...

“Confessions of a Gay Priest” will make you squirm

Book review: Confessions of a Gay Priest by Tom Rastrelli  You spent days examining your life. Sins: that's what you were looking for. How had you...

“Female Husbands: A Trans History” delves deep into culture and norms

In Review: Female Husbands by Jen Manion In pursuit for knowledge and history of queer, transgender, gender nonconforming, nonbinary community, comes Amherst College associate...

Out of the Broomcloset bookshelf: “Mastering Witchcraft”

Out of the Broomcloset bookshelf First, let me admit that I had a crush on Paul Huson in the early 1970’s, before I even knew...

“A Star Is Bored” is hilarious and heartfelt

Byron Lane's novel is influenced in part by the author’s time assisting Carrie Fisher We are living in a world that is as unpredictable as...

Mary Trump’s book “Too Much and Never Enough” reviewed

Too Much and Never Enough: How my family created the world’s most dangerous man by Mary Trump, PhD You hadn’t seen that container in ages. You...

Out of the Broomcloset bookshelf

Living in the golden age of publishing As John Waters is famously quoted, “If you go home with somebody, and they don’t have books, don’t...

“Night Owls and Summer Skies” is a post-modern love story

Night Owls and Summer Skies by Rebecca Sullivan Are you in the mood for a light lesbian love story with a post-modern perspective? Then Night...

Some beach reading–youth and beyond

Nickel Fare by Dominic Ambrose The Summer of 2020 and COVID-19—like ring-tailed lemurs, we lift our heads up to see what’s happening in the world....
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