Benoit Denizet-Lewis asked our country’s leading queer writers to suggest five indispensable books.
A testosterone fueled adventure through sex and gender, unlike any you’ve seen before featuring a man battling a shark on the cover.
What do you do if are a father of a daughter who loves to perform? If you’re Stuart Horwitz, you go busking with her.
“I’ll do the best I can, but there is a bullet in my body.”
Since 2005, Richard Vague has been sending out excerpts – one a day, by email, to his subscriber list. Why? As we know, there is much you can learn from a man’s story.
Madeline Miller’s novel Song of Achilles won the Orange Prize last year. Her thrilling debut concerns the love of Patroclus and Achilles and illustrates how being a good man is a tale as old as time.
Why read the “unfilmable” book when you can watch the insanely beautiful, perfectly filmed movie?
In an all-American tale, Gint Aras takes a gritty look at change, love, life, and who and what we are.
Andrew Smiler, with some very unconventional wisdom about young men and sexuality.
If you are on the fence about the compatibility of your religion and the LGBTQ community, Timothy Kurek’s “The Cross in the Closet” is a worthwhile read.
Merv Kaufman reviews Thomas Mallon’s novel “Watergate.”
Mervyn Kaufman reviews a book about the biggest Marijuana bust in American History.
Jeffrey Wallace wants to know why he kept missing the red flags of being a parent.