The largest German gay publishing house, known for Spartacus and sexy art books, faces an uncertain future
Journalist Kate Fagan gives a glimpse of the life of a closeted athlete, surrounded by devout Christian teammates.
Controversial children's books are cropping up like wildflowers. From gay princes getting married to kids going on diets, no idea seems taboo nowadays. A recent book, It's Just a Plant, from the award-winning illustrator of Go the F**k to Sleep, covers a subject that some of us love 420 days a year — pot.
In a taut, gripping new memoir, The Reappearing Act, Fagan recounts her unusual coming-out experience—in the middle of a team full of aggressively friendly, born-again Christians.