No sunlight exists between muse and hustler in Arthur Vanderbilt's new biography on Denham Fouts, an Adonis who crawled out of the Florida swamplands to captivate some of the 20th Century's most notable literati and glitterati.
Bloch builds the provocative thesis that gay men in politics of the era were specifically suited for the deceitful, trap-door world of British politics.
This debut novel by Will Walton tells the poignant story of a young man's personal journey on the road to self-acceptance, but also serves as an honest exploration of how a first crush can blind us from the love we receive from everyone else.
David M. Ortmann and Richard A. Sprott explain, and work to de-stigmatize, the myriad intersectional identities that thrive within communities of people who practice sexual styles involving BDSM.
A young man visits portraits at an exhibition while contemplating his life and his brother's death. Through these portraits we learn more about him, the painters, their subjects and other assorted characters.
Writer Glenn Greenwald meets NSA contractor Edward Snowden. What happens next changes the world.
Part memoir, literary criticism, queer theory, memoir and polemic this hybrid about the AIDS epidemic in '80s New York ultimately doesn't come together as a book.
Lumen's fall from the good girl grace that has made her so seductively enigmatic in the eyes of both boys is nothing like the more natural breaching carried out by everyone else.
Langdon Hammer has done a remarkable job of utilizing all of James Merrill's letters, personal papers, journals and writings to create this brilliant portrait of Merrill's life in rich detail.
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