The El Paso author received one of the most prestigious literary awards for his book, Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club
Karen Kondazian’s debut novel, The Whip, tells the story of legendary stagecoach driver Charley Parkhurst.
Why David McConnell invested years into understanding the murderers of gay men for his book, American Honor Killings.
Julio's Day, the new graphic novel from Love and Rockets creator Gilbert Hernandez, follows one character, a gay man named Julio, for 100 years. The result is astounding.
Andrew Cristi, author of the suicide-note-turned-novel Peter Pandrew, bashes Lady Gaga, Anne Hathaway, and American mediocrity.
Ever want to squeeze Liberace's sticky buns or wrap your lips around Rock Hudson's cannoli? Now you can.
When news of his marriage to his partner spread through his Orthodox Jewish and Middle Eastern com
In They Call Me a Hero, Daniel Hernandez explains what it's like to be Latino and gay in
California-based author and out lesbian Carla Tomaso recently released her fifth book, Frozen, a fictional mother-daughter tale with a touch of science fiction and a hint of real-life narcissism inspired by Tomaso's own mother.