Entertainment :: Biography Reviews
Diane Keaton has written an epic of emotional quality. Her memoir, "Then Again" is ultimately unique.
"Her memoir details her transition into Scientology, out of Scientology at the mercy of the now defunct Financial Police, into transgendered womanhood, and then directly into the loving chaos of the San Francisco S&M underbelly."
At times in these relationships, the other partner was entirely crucial and important in adding to the other’s well-being and greatest work.
The world needs more books about transgenderism in general, but it also needs more books like "Transitions of the Heart".
With this artist’s bio Skyes has done the near impossible: Enable you to see Hockney’s work through Hockney’s eyes as well as through your own.
For those of you book readers who enjoy back stage and behind-the-scenes gossip, this is the delish publishing event of the season.
Chana Wilson’s memoir "Riding Fury Home" is a powerful narrative of healing, forgiveness, and redemption.
An accessible, well-articulated look at a woman’s journey to break out of her male body.
Christopher Bram’s "Eminent Outlaws" examines fifty years of gay writers, from Tennessee Williams to Tony Kushner, whose work enraptured, enraged and enlightened American society.
"The Living End" is a reminder that, in the end, we are not defined by our memories. It’s a must-read for both entertainment and relearning some important life lessons.