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Book Review :: Gay Directors - Gay Films?

By Charlie Nash | Aug 25
Veteran film critic Emanuel Levy examines the work of cinematic auteurs Pedro Almodóvar, Terrence Davies, Todd Haynes, Gus van Sant and John Waters in his ninth book.

Book Review :: My First Hundred Years in Show Business

By Bill Biss | Aug 17
The trials and tribulations of a life in the theatre, mixed-in with all the joys, frustrations and accolades included... are wittily and warmly shared by Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning actress, Mary Louise Wilson.

Book Review :: The Last Pilot

By Monique Rubens Krohn | Aug 4
A gripping chronicle of astronauts' lives in the early days of the race to space and a marriage buffeted by tragedy and world events.

Book Review :: A Little Life

By Bill Biss | Jul 28
Hanya Yanagihara has created a masterful, thought-provoking and ultimately heartbreaking novel in her tale of four men's bond of friendship.

Book Review :: Selected Works: A Memoir in Plays

By Michael Cox | Jul 15
Personal essays introduce a selection of eight plays that the author has chosen to be the most revealing in his oeuvre. Drawing from his experience, McNally paints a slightly romantic, and certainly poetic, picture of his life.

Book Review :: A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 14
Carter's principled words will drive home what some have said -- that he was always too decent a man to be president -- but the flip-side of that sentiment is also true: He's exactly the sort of man we should want for president.

Book Review :: The Summer of Good Intentions

By Christopher Verleger | Jul 11
A family's traditional July vacation is disrupted with marital and health complications in Wendy Francis' quintessential summer novel.

Book Review :: Finders Keepers

By JC Alvarez | Jul 10
Stephen King delivers on his latest novel "Finders Keepers." The not-necessarily-a-sequel thriller is a great fast-paced and suspenseful adventure that fans will find memorably worthy in the scheme of the author's past works.

Book Review :: Haatchi & Little B

By Kitty Drexel | Jul 3
Haatchi is a disabled dog who braved abandonment and near-death by train before he was rescued. Little B is the nickname of Owen Howkins, a little boy born with Schwartz-Jampel syndrome.

Book Review :: Skyscraping

By Christopher Verleger | Jul 3
A high school senior rebels when family secrets are unleashed in Cordelia Jensen's affecting novel, written in verse.

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