James Baldwin continues to be one of the most celebrated writers of the 20th century three decades after his death.
Portmann's book not only focuses on just justification of the time when gay men were closeted and vilified but turns his research to so many other straight and lesbian women over the years who were a vital support to gay men.
"On Christopher Street: Transgender Stories" is a collage of the trans experience that humanizes and uplifts.
There has always been a great divide between the LGBT community and the sports arena. "Outsports" co-founder Cyd Ziegler's new book looks at how that's starting to change.
As a very small child, Jazz Jennings knew that something was wrong with the way adults were acting toward her.
As with any anthology collection, some of the entries are stronger than others.
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.
In "Florence! Foster!! Jenkins!!!," Darryl W. Bullock paints the star as a human woman with fantastic dreams and a bottomless pocketbook.
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.
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.