Brian Booker's first short fiction collection is filled with tension.
A gay man returns home to rural Indiana and becomes reacquainted with fear, bigotry and homophobia in J. Patrick Redmond's compelling debut novel.
In "Boy Erased," a gay man recounts his experiences in an ex-gay program as an unhappy and painful time of crisis.
James Arena's passion for capturing the history of disco is not only interesting to discover, but a worthwhile discovery of all of the artists who created all those "good times."
Another marketing piece contributes to the musical theater juggernaut about the first Secretary of State, that continues to take Broadway by storm.
Neal Gabler presents a solid yet at times, overtly sweetened look at the transformation of a star and just what Streisand represents in Jewish culture and sociology.
The apparent suicide of famed mathematician Alan Turing has a profound effect on a young detective in David Lagercrantz's gripping novel.
When two actors are cast as each other's romantic interest, they can't help but wonder if it's art imitating life in this sensational debut novel from Richard Taylor Pearson.
Failed romance here is presented in an epic format that spans years, continents and chasms of emotional connection.
In this intriguing short story collection from Scott Pomfret, gay men tackle issues with the church, the military, parenthood, promiscuity and illness.