Out Reviews: “The Fabulist: The Lying, Hustling, Grifting, Stealing, and Very...

Feel that little tug? It’s probably nothing to worry about, it’s not important. It’s just that someone’s trying to pull your leg, to make you...

The Bookworm’s best of 2023

Sometimes, reading is like a roulette wheel. You put your money down on a book that looks good, and you take your chances. If...

Cookbooks for your gift-giving

The guests have started arriving, you’ll pull things out of the oven soon, and then you’ll begin collecting compliments. The holidays are the best...

Out Review: “Leaving a charmed life”

Kadian Grant has a way with words. While we expect that from an author, this is extremely impressive in a freshman effort, titled Leaving...

“Gays on Broadway” is almost as much fun as collecting playbills

You had to look around you and check your seat. Yep, you were still in a theater in a large building, fanny planted in a...

“How We Won the War for LGBTQ Equality” discusses where we...

The Washington Blade is the nation’s oldest-running LGBTQ publication, just having made its 50th anniversary in 2019. Located in D.C., the “Gay Blade" is...

“Late Bloomer Baby Boomer” uses humor to create a bridge of...

In a time when the far right looks to conquer and divide minority groups, it is important that the queer community (and all other...

“Queer Heroes of Myth and Legend” queers the canon of ancient...

Queer Heroes of Myth and Legend author Dan Jones writes with a voice that is lighthearted, and filled with pop culture references that are...

Go ahead, fangirl over Samantha Irby like we are

The "And Just Like That…" writer on Hollywood, boredom, and why she loves Michigan As I tore through a used library copy of Samantha Irby's...

“On Christopher Street” chronicles the growth of LGBTQ culture and identity...

The efforts of Michael Denneny shaped the way major publishing houses in the United States viewed books on gay topics. His efforts at Macmillan,...