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Box Hill by Adam Mars-Jones review – a sparky yet sad vision of gay subculture
This slim portrayal of an abusive gay relationship in the 1970s is the biggest small book of the year
March 25, 2020
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How Britain's independent bookshops are rallying to help readers during the Coronavirus crisis
With self-isolation become a reality for many people, indies up and down the country are thinking of new ways to keep us reading. Here's a list to help you find yours.
March 18, 2020
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Exile, addiction and racism: what it means to be a gay, Muslim immigrant 
Written from a homeless shelter in downtown Toronto, Mohammed Abdulkarim Ali’s coming-of-age memoir interweaves his story of being a migrant with world history and sociopolitical commentary on Somalia, Europe and Canada.
March 08, 2020
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Anchors To Dusk Publishing to Release New Book, “Voudou Juice Origins: Cody’s Story,” Summer 2020
Anchors To Dusk Publishing and Author Joseph A. Federico release a second novella, “Voudou Juice Origins: Cody’s Story,” a sequel to the breakout novella, “Voudou Juice,” which launched in 2017. This book is set in 1920s New Orleans, and follows Cody Shrine, III, a well-to-do young man that’s not yet comfortable with himself. He meets unsavory creatures in the French Quarter and gets caught betwee...
February 21, 2020
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Why queer literature is vital for people growing up LGBTQ+
To mark LGBT History Month, Amelia Abraham speaks with three people from very different generations and backgrounds about the role reading played in finding their identity
February 06, 2020
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A 19th-century book helped lay the foundation for gay rights. A Hopkins researcher just found a rare copy.

It's an unassuming little book, bound in olive green leather and stamped with gilt. Seven inches tall and less than 5 inches wide, it's small enough to be concealed in a coat pocket. Who would have th...
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January 08, 2020

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Arkansas publisher gives a voice to LGBTQ authors who might not have been published otherwise
On Dec. 10, 2009, Bryan Borland deposited $1,000 into his bank account. The money had been given to him by his father, Jimmy, and was to be used to publish Bryan's first book of poetry, My Life as Adam.
December 16, 2019
  
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Tommy Pico’s ‘Feed’: A Book-Length Meditation on Modern Appetites
Pico’s latest volume concludes what he has described as a four-book project about pretty much everything, mixing verse and prose, diary, comedy and accusation.
November 28, 2019
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Former U.S. Diplomat Bob J. Satawake Launches Digital Release of Bestselling Book BREAKING PROTOCOL: Forging A Path Beyond Diplomacy
History's First LGBTQ Diplomatic Spouse in the Western Hemisphere Shares Courageous Account of Controversial Term in Dominican Republic
September 22, 2019
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CSUF professor uses T-shirts, address books to explore LGBTQ history
One of the things Eric Gonzaba appreciates about American Studies is the ability to study history by looking at different sources, disciplines or even artifacts. Take T-shirts. Gonzaba, who started…
September 20, 2019
  
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Lost Proust stories of homosexual love finally published
Written in the late 1890s but held back from publication, the nine tales in Le Mystérieux Correspondant are due out this autumn
August 09, 2019
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Giovanni’s Room and the Fate of LGBT Bookstores in a Dying Industry
Among the first four LGBT bookstores in this country, only Giovanni’s Rooms in Philadelphia remains.
July 11, 2019
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“LGBTQ Of Steel” New Photography Book Portrays 50 LGBTQ Heroes Bending a Ribbon of Steel
The celebration of Pride Month and the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots is of personal significance to Los Angeles- based photographer Jan Dee Gordon  who is gearing up for the festivities with the release of her brand new photography book, “LGBTQ of STEEL” – a compilation of striking portraits and personal profiles that captures the energy, optimism, and resiliency of fifty LGBTQ heroes. 
June 11, 2019
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LGBT Author Releases Children’s Book OM THE ENCHANTED: Big World, Little Om
Author Mera Malik has released her first children’s book titled Om The Enchanted: Big World, Little Om, which talks about living in non-traditional households. There remains a lack of positive representation for LGBTQ families and children. The team behind Om the Enchanted: Big World, Little Om wants to change that by showing children what it is like to live in an LGBTQ family or to be different t...
May 08, 2019
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5 Amazing LGBTQ Books to Honor Stonewall's 50th Anniversary
2019 marks fifty years since the Stonewall Riots, a series of spontaneous riots between the LGBT community and the NYPD in response to law enforcement raids on LGBTQ clubs and spaces. 
April 28, 2019
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Taunted As A 'Sissy Boy,' Siddharth Dube Shares His Life Story In New Memoir

April 14, 2019
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