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Review :: The Real James Dean

By Phil Hall | Aug 4
As with any anthology collection, some of the entries are stronger than others.

Review :: A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories

By Michael Cox | Aug 2
With poetic imagery, vivid slices of life and unsentimental melancholy the events of a fascinating woman's life comes together. "A Manual for Cleaning Women," features some of the best work of obscure bohemian writer Lucia Berlin's short stories.

Review :: Florence Foster Jenkins: The Life of the World's Worst Opera Singer

By Kitty Drexel | Jul 14
In "Florence! Foster!! Jenkins!!!," Darryl W. Bullock paints the star as a human woman with fantastic dreams and a bottomless pocketbook.

Review :: In Search of Lost Films

By Bill Biss | Jul 8
Phil Hall has taken his love of motion pictures and created an intensive and admirable look at these missing moments on film in Hollywood history.

Review :: Innocent Fashion

By Logan Quigley | Jul 5
R.J. Hernandez's debut novel, "An Innocent Fashion," follows the life of Ethan St. James as he navigates his new internship at a renowned fashion magazine, exploring the intersections between privilege, ethnicity, and sexuality in the modern era.

Review :: The Second Half: A Gay American Football Story

By Christopher Verleger | Jun 24
Sparks fly between an unfulfilled coach and a rising star quarterback in this compelling romance novel set in the heterocentric sports world.

Review :: Then and Now: A Memoir

By Kitty Drexel | Jun 23
This is a good book for the Theatre fan boys and girls. It's also a worthwhile read for anyone interested in the history of theatre and how careers used to be earned.

Review :: Love Wins

By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 20
"Love Wins" is a record of important events related to marriage equality in the United States of America ultimately leading to the landmark decision by the Supreme Court in 2015.

Review :: Homo Superiors

By Christopher Verleger | Jun 13
Highly intelligent Noah and Ray are quintessential "frenemies" in this gripping modern day retelling of Leopold and Loeb.

Review :: You Know Me Well

By Christopher Verleger | Jun 13
Two classmates become fast friends and experience a night to remember during San Francisco Pride in this delightful coming-of-age novel.

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