The year is 1967 and Tim Halladay has graduated William & Mary, looking forward to studying drama at Yale, when he finds himself drafted into the United States Army. His college education makes him an object of ridicule and suspicion among the other members of C Company--Charlie Company. Of course, he has to hide his homosexuality.
Welcome to sunny suburban 1960s Southern California. George is a gay middle-aged English professor, adjusting to solitude after the tragic death of his young partner. He is determined to persist in the routines of his former life. A Single Man follows him over the course of an ordinary twenty-four hours.
The stunning conslusion of worldwide phenomenon--from the boldly original author of Captive Prince and Prince's Gambit.His identity now revealed, Damen must face his master Prince Laurent as Damianos of Akielos, the man Laurent has sworn to kill.
The second novel in the critically acclaimed Captive Prince trilogy from global phenomenon C. S. Pacat--with an all-new chapter exclusive to the print edition.
An earl hiding from his future . . .
By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, Armistead Maupin's bestselling Tales of the City novels--the final three of which are collected in this third omnibus volume--stand as an incomparable blend of great storytelling and incisive social commentary on American culture from the seventies through the first two decades of the new millennium.
Heath Brandon's mother died when he was barely three years old. His father never spoke about her, or her family.
An autobiographical novel about growing up gay in a working-class town in Picardy.
Confessions of a Mask tells the story of Kochan, an adolescent boy tormented by his burgeoning attraction to men: he wants to be "normal." Kochan is meek-bodied, and unable to participate in the more athletic activities of his classmates. He begins to notice his growing attraction to some of the boys in his class, particularly the pubescent body of his friend Omi.
A New York Times Book Review Staff Pick"A marvel, a remarkable achievement, and a world apart from anything you are likely to read this year." --T a Obreht, The New York Times Book Review
In these unconventional, interconnected stories of first-person narratives that also include text messages and Facebook posts, gay men look for love, steal office supplies, hook up on Grindr, bake pies, see therapists, have threesomes with ghosts, and fear happiness.
A Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year
Winner of the James Michener/Copernicus Society Fellowship Prize
Lambda Literary Foundation Editor's Choice Award
"Incomparable . . . because of its bravery, its wisdom, its vitality, and because it's a novel that never stops haunting." --Junot D az