Celebrating the release of his new book Fork on the Left, Knife in the Back, the bridge-burning blogger and baron of blind items blabs about his hard-earned position as both historian and spokesman for the gay community.
There's more to the disco era than platform shoes, polyester shirts, and cocaine spoons. Hot Stuff, a new book about the phenomenon by Alice Echols, explores how the dance music genre that blossomed in the '70s shattered gender, racial, and sexual conventions.
Know how to satisfy your partner and what not to say in the heat of the moment — with his Steven Petrow's Complete Gay & Lesbian Manners for Every Occasion (written with Sally Chew), the author offers wise and witty advice for every occasion.
James Jones's classic 1951 novel chronicled life on an Army base in Hawaii just before the bombing of Pearl Harbor as realistically as the era would allow. Now the censored passages that honestly depict homosexuality in the military have been restored.
In his new book Walt Whitman: Shamanism, Spiritual Democracy, and the World Soul, Jungian writer Steven B. Herrmann delves into the inner development, the bi-erotic imagination, and the shamanism of America’s seminal bard.
With Will Grayson, Will Grayson, David Levithan scores the first teen book with a gay main character to hit the New York Times bestseller list — something he says ten years ago was exhibit #1 of the world falling apart.