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Book Review :: Coming Out To Play

By Lewis Whittington | Dec 16
Coming Out memoir of soccer star Robbie Rogers

Book Review :: Five

By Oline H. Cogdill | Dec 15
Geocaching - the contemporary treasure hunt in which a GPS is used to find hidden objects - lends itself to an intriguing melding of a gripping police procedural.

Cinema Review :: Low Down

By Roger Walker-Dack | Dec 5
John Hawkes, Elle Fanning, and Glenn Close turn in good performances, but whether the film succeeds is another matter.

Book Review :: 41: A Portrait of My Father

By Phil Hall | Dec 2
Despite being in the public eye for so many years, George H.W. Bush still remains something of an enigma. This bio by his son George W. Bush clears up very little.

Book Review :: Lectures On The Will To Know

By Daniel Scheffler | Dec 2
The ninth volume in the series of annual lectures at the Collège de France from 1970-1971 from the great French thinker.

Book Review :: Prince Lestat

By JC Alvarez | Dec 1
Vampires truly live forever and the faithful can rejoice, thanks to author Anne Rice who returns to her long-lived chronicles with the latest chapter "Prince Lestat" - a feast for the imagination!

Book Review :: God'll Cut You Down

By Danielle Behrendt | Dec 1
A controversial Australian journalist ends up over his head in a southern scandal involving race, money, sex, and power.

Book Review :: Fairyland: A Memoir of My Father

By Brian Bromberger | Nov 29
"Fairyland" is as much a memoir of the author's own life, as well as the story of San Francisco in the 1970s and 80s, especially queer bohemian life in the Haight Ashbury, and the AIDS epidemic.

Book Review :: Revival

By Danielle Behrendt | Nov 26
A small town boy, a mysterious reverend, belief, and the concept of a secret world alongside our own are expertly explored in this impressive new book.

Book Review :: Porn Again

By Christopher Verleger | Nov 26
Despite a clever title and rubbing elbows with some of the biggest names in show business, Josh Sabarra's well-intentioned memoir is mostly anticlimactic.

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