Lesbian authors Justine Saracen and Shelley Thrasher talk about fictionalizing history.
In a new collection of essays, How to Disappear: A Memoir for Misfits, the writer Duncan Fallowell describes the mystery of Alastair Graham, the real-life model for the charismatic Sebasti
Amber Dee Parker’s picture book God Made Dad & Mom encourages kids to pray for the destruction of families with same-sex parents.
After years of baring his body, Justin Hernandez now prefers to bare his soul.
So many books, so little time. But these little LGBT-penned miracles — which run the gamut from crime and mystery to coming out, religion, politics, sex, the Mafia, and identity — belong on summer reading lists.
The 25th anniversary events bring together Tony-nominated cabaret star Mx. Justin Vivian Bond, 12 Lambda award finalists (T Cooper, Richard Kramer, Ryka Aoki, and more), and Los Angeles literary pioneers Malcolm Boyd, Lillian Faderman, Katherine V. Forrest, John Rechy, and Patricia Nell Warren.