LGBT author Justin Chin interviews fellow Californian and author Daphne Gottlieb, known for stitching together the ivory tower and the gutter just using her tongue, about writing for small audiences.
Watch Stephen Colbert show amazement that Maurice Sendak, who is gay, can write books for children, and discuss removing penises from the pictures in Sendak’s In the Night Kitchen.
A new edition of Gertrude Stein’s Stanzas in Meditation “reveals the fraught and jealous relationship” between her and lover-editor Alice B. Toklas.
In Blackouts and Breakdowns, writer Mark Brennan Rosenberg chronicles a story familiar to many big-city gays: getting falling down drunk and doing very, very stupid things.
What do killer Santas, a miserly Tori Spelling, and Tom Cruise at an orgy have in common? They all feature prominently in film critic Alonso Duralde's favorite Christmas movies.
When We Were Outlaws goes from Angela Davis to Patty Hearst to radical lesbians to the Weather Underground to a neo-Nazi party hell-bent on blowing things up. And author Jeanne Cordova was right in the middle of everything.