Rasti's photographs paradoxically juxtapose light, simple, sometimes even festive elements with the gravity of the subject matter and the precariousness of her subjects’ plight.
Oliver Zeuke’s photography captures the profound beauty of muscle, mass, and fur of men who have entered the age of wisdom.
Bertil Nilsson’s photographs of dancers and acrobats all over the world remind us that both nature and the male form are thrilling.
Every picture becomes a diary of Stuart Sandford's life in Los Angeles in his new book.
The Search Party actor is a burgeoning novelist and his new work, A Very, Very Bad Thing, offers up a protagonist that many queer kids will see themselves in.
Photographer Nick Mesh’s book, Fragile & Deathless, explores the paradox of the powerful masculinity of his subjects.