Wade Rouse’s It’s All Relative celebrates family dysfunction through a series of endearing—and often embarrassing—holiday remembrances.
Tabatha Coffey, out host of Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, combs over what you won’t read in her empowering new memoir, It’s Not Really About the Hair.
The troubled life of Queer writer William S. Burroughs, one of the 20th century’s most influential artists, is explored in an illuminating new documentary.
The mother and son authors take no prisoners in a frank discussion of sexuality, religion, and Anne’s decision to leave Christianity.
Book excerpt: Do you want to be healthier in 2011? In The Guru In You former supermodel-turned-yogi Cameron shares the tools necessary for a complete mind, body, and spirit makeover.
Armistead Maupin revisits his Tales of the City characters — older, wiser, yet still endearingly neurotic as ever — in Mary Ann in Autumn.
Michael Cunningham, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Hours, returns with another psychologically penetrating novel, By Nightfall. But what he really wants to do is hit the beach.
Stephen Sondheim’s Finishing the Hat, a compendium of lyrics, anecdotes, and “whines,” offers a rare glimpse into the creative process of his unparalleled career.
Sara Marcus, author of the new book Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution, says the punk ladies of the ’90s changed not only music and style but also sexual boundaries.
Book excerpt: In his series Paranormal State Ryan Buell delves into mysteries of demonic disturbances and terrifying hauntings. But for some family members it was Buell's bisexuality they found most frightening.
Book excerpt: In his second novel, Daniel Allen Cox has created an incendiary, provocative story about two pyromaniacs who fight homophobia in Krakow, Poland.
Book excerpt: In Secret Historian, Justin Spring’s biography of “professor, tattoo artist and sexual renegade” Samuel Steward, a torrid tryst with screen legend Rudolph Valentino is revealed.
In The Beaufort Diaries, his graphic novel about a polar bear caught in the Hollywood fast lane, T Cooper writes about the universal outsider inside all of us.
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