The reader learns about the actions that people snuck by the authorities with little punishment throughout human history.
Author Page for Kit Van Cleave
Eric Berkowitz researched cases from pagan times to today in which people were punished for their sexual choices. An interview with the author.
An edgy anthology of four decades of gay comics drawn from the “wide range of subjects, themes, and styles in this unique and vibrant artistic underground.”
Untouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson, praised by critics and readers, is also loudly hated by hardcore fans of the singer. It’s filled with many details I’d never heard or read in the press, and helped clear up some lingering mysteries. Why was Michael so strange?
When writer John Schwartz got the phone call from his wife, Jeanne, three years ago, he was horrified to learn that his twelve-year-old son Joseph had tried to commit suicide. A memoir of a family’s struggle. LONGER WEB VERSION
As Fred Astaire’s choreographer (and rehearsal dance partner), Hermes Pan set the standard for dance on film.
‘All We Know: Three Lives’ reveals hot and heavy 1920s-era lesbian goings-on.
“Police are up against huge odds trying to get the public to understand that what they see on TV is not necessarily the way a case would be worked in real life.”
OutSmart interviews ‘the mother of CSI,’ lesbian author Patricia Cornwell. (Includes web-only material.)
Best Gay Stories 2012 offers a tasty literary snack when a full novel is just too much.
The distinguished opera and theater director Francesca Zambello brings her production of Show Boat to Houston Grand Opera. Zambello has headed various productions of Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein show at the Royal Albert in London, Carnegie Hall, and the Lyric Opera of Chicago.