It's sad to report that, after 30 years of research and writing, this well-known AIDS activist's satirical gay take on U.S. history is a total disaster, a misshapen, unreadable hot mess.
That fantasy you've been indulging in comes to life in the photo narrative "Sixty Nine - Joyful Gay Sex," featuring the Cockyboys in all their glory. Colorfully cheeky and enthusiastically erotic.
The writers of this compilation of essays reflect on lives lived without children. These are the stories, historical essays, and polemics luridly detailing their child-free existence.
A myriad of manly emotions are illustrated in this unique short story collection.
This collection of stories cements Lydia Davis as the master of modern flash fiction, breathing life into generally untouched characters and stories.
Warren's book is a wake-up call that tells readers why we should be hopping mad, and who, precisely, the proper target is for that anger. Guess what: It's not the poor.
When Etta finds herself alienated from her lesbian friends because of her bisexual identity, new friendships and her big city dreams help her make it through.
A widow learns more than perhaps she ever wanted to know about her once-famous writer husband's secret life in this page-turner from Mark Merlis.
Kim Fu's debut novel tackles not only trans issues, but also what it means to be an immigrant, a sister, and a woman in a family with values that differ from your own.
As a tribute to close to almost 300 avant-guard artists who have sacrificed -- sometimes through persecution and exile -- to keep artistic culture alive over the past hundred years or so, this book works to dispel stereotypes.