“The Last Note Becomes Its Listener” brings us nostalgia

Poet Jeffrey Morgan paints a charming picture throughout Reviewed by Johnny Walsh In our younger, more formative years, we don’t always recognize what positive memories we...

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...

“Reflections from Both Sides of the Glass Ceiling” tells the story...

Stephanie Battaglino takes you step by step through her transition In her newly released Reflections from Both Sides of the Glass Ceiling: Finding My True...

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...

You will get an eyeful of gossip in “Gatecrasher”

Gatecrasher: How I helped the Rich Become Famous and Ruin the World by Ben Widdicombe Have you heard about....? It's true. You learned it from your...

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...

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...

“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...

“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...

“I Am A Prince” is a gift book that is pure...

The emotions and family dynamic of gender diversity explained for children It is so hard to tell your parents the truth. Any truth. The weight...