Hierro Blanco new book ‘Diving to the Bottom of Your Eyes’ follows evolution of gay rights.
A vandal has poured urine on about 40 books about gay issues in Harvard's Lamont Library. The books can't be salvaged--and may not be replaced, because other libraries on university grounds have copies of the befouled volumes.
As a part of journalist Dan Savage’s project, a host of celebrities and politicians have been delivering the message to LGBTQ teens that “it gets better.” Author Kelly Huegel is here to tell you that better starts now.
Following the success of his self-published compilation, A Boy Less Ordinary, Fredric Joss Shelley marks his return with the long-awaited new novel, The Alphabetical List of Would-Be Princes. Princes is an inventive tale about Jack Bradley, a gay man embarking on a romantic quest, with "would-be" princes occurring in alphabetical order.
The acclaimed book “Street Child: A Memoir” was re-released with new chapters and photos by author and activist Just Reed Early.
In the fascinating new book Queer Identities and Politics in Germany: A History, 1880-1945, author Clayton J. Whisnant recounts the emergence of various “queer identities”–what it means to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender–in Germany from 1880 to 1945 and the political strategies pursued by early gay and lesbian activists.
When it comes to treating LGBT substance abuse know this: we are the same but different from our straight counterparts. While treatment and intervention for alcoholism and drug addiction in lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans patients often mirrors that offered to the general population, if it often does not acknowledge the complexity of the experiences, emotions and challenges faced by LGBT patients, it runs the risk of being rendered ineffective, counterproductive or even detrimental to recovery.
If you’re looking for some compelling read this spring, consider the new book, Out Open, by outspoken Author, Jay Jackson Feldman.
Internationally known New York City drag queen, actress, comedienne, columnist, and cocktail connoisseur Jeza Belle will make her publishing debut on October 7, with The Harlot’s Guide To Classy Cocktails.
Young Enigma is launching a new chapbook series supported by Manchester Pride. The Superbia Chapbook Series will showcase new and emerging talent from Greater Manchester, while offering a unique opportunity to take part in Young Enigma's mentoring and writing development programme.