This delightful volume presents a cultural tour of all things Houston from A&M to ZZ Top.
Every once in a while we get a gay thriller that has almost everything.
This book is just as dense and serious as the title implies.
Golding’s writing is always beautiful, but this story has a lushness you will sink into.
In 'Then Comes Marriage,' Roberta Kaplan (with Lisa Dickey) tells the story of her own coming out, the battle to win United States v. Windsor, and the legal work that led to the defeat of DOMA.
'Trans/Portraits' gives us the gift of stories from a diverse group of misunderstood and oppressed people who are our friends, family, and neighbors.
Incarcerating transgender women in male prisons has resulted in the horrific treatment of people who are mostly nonviolent offenders.
A bad decision causes criminal trouble, and Michael must struggle to determine how to help Frankie without giving up his life away from the neighborhood.
Bernardine Evaristo is the one writer you didn’t know you needed to know. ReadOut short.