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.
According to Norwegian HK-Nytt's source Borders Bookstores in USA replaces homosexual employees with heterosexual employees. Borders Bookstore employees are forced to lie to their customers as well.
Obama and the Gays: A Political Marriage is a new book by long-time Chicago-based journalist Tracy Baim. The book presents an in-depth look at Obama's trajectory on gay issues, and will be available on print-on-demand through Amazon.com and ebook readers.
An intimate glimpse into the lives of one of society’s most controversial sectors awaits readers as author Frank Holland spins Debut: Chicago 1952.
A new book entitled Being Gay is Disgusting, which irreverently paraphrases the first five books of the Judeo-Christian Bible, has launched worldwide through amazon.com. By removing the repetition and formality in in Scripture, says the author, "all that's left is, frankly, the ridiculous."
On November 16-19, US bishops are gathering in Baltimore to ratify a pastoral letter on marriage. When Catholic memoir author Gregory Gerard heard about this, he felt compelled to offer his gay testimony.
Attract Hotter Guys with the Secrets & Science of Sexual Body Language, the first gay body language guide gay body language creates a publishing first: A money back guarantee on a body language makeover.
In Amber Lehman's new novel, Torn, Lehman explores teen sexuality in its many different facets, from homosexuality, bisexuality, and teens who are simply questioning themselves. Heterosexual relationships are not overlooked either.
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.
Bestselling gay author Mel Keegan has masterminded a web-based cohesive organisation combining the skills of writers, publishers, editors, agents, reviewers and artists in the GLBT community to provide an unprecedented public access portal to independent- and small-publisher titles.