History of Violence is international bestselling French author Edouard Louis’s autobiographical novel about surviving a shocking sexual assault and coping with the post-traumatic stress disorder of its aftermath.
"You'd think it has been done before but it really hasn't—the perfectly crafted, haunting and heartbreaking, raw, funny, unblinking yet merciful art novel."—Marlon James
Family secrets, sexual explorations, art world wealth, and legacies of racism and environmental destruction collide in the new novel from Lambda Award-winning author Dale Peck.
Soho's most celebrated drag queens Lulu L'Amore, Chastity Belt and Connie Lingus continue on their comically twisted journey in this sequel to Jeff Kristian's much loved debut novel WHERE D'YA PUT YER WILLY?
Enzo Lombard makes his publishing debut in the novella format with the series Louisiana Fairytales. Initially written as a sequel to his off-Broadway award winning play "Love, Humiliation & Karaoke" directed by two time Emmy winner W.
Like half the young men in London, Leo Stanhope is rich in dreams but poor of pocket. He dreams of making a home with Maria, the prostitute he loves. He dreams of a life far from the blood and stink of the morgue where he works. And he dreams of a world where no one cares what is tucked between his legs. Because Leo has a secret.
Ripped from the pages of the New York Times bestselling series The Family Business, Carl Weber and Eric Pete bring you To Paris with Love, a solo story about their two most popular characters to date--the bright, sexy, and deadly Paris Duncan and her flamboyant and cunning twin brother, Rio.
Beautifully repackaged as part of the Picador Modern Classics series, this special edition is small enough to fit in your pocket and bold enough to stand out on your bookshelf.
Rios defends Michael Ruiz, a young man accused of murdering Gus Pe a, a powerful Los Angeles politician who had had his eye on the Mayor's office. Meanwhile, Rios must confront the collapse of his relationship with Josh Mandel, his HIV-positive lover.
Spontaneous combustion occurs when Bill, a forty-year-old barista and a failed poet, meets James, a disabled factory worker and a daddy hunk, at an OctoBear Dance. For six months they share weekends of incredible passion at James's house up north in the country. Winter has never seemed hotter in their flannel sheets.
Winner of the Lambda Literary Award for gay mystery, Howtown finds Rios back in his hometown of Los Robles, California defending Paul Windsor, a boyhood acquaintance accusing of murdering a pedophile. Windsor is himself a pedophile and the police believe the murder was the result of an extortion scheme gone wrong. It's up to Rios to prove otherwise, if he can.