Pat Faunce yearns for more than his carefree New York life and his open relationship with Stu, an airline pilot. Above all, he wants to be a father. He persuades a reluctant Stu to move to Cape Cod, where they enlist Debora, a charismatic Brazilian immigrant, as a surrogate mother.
An autobiographical novel about growing up gay in a working-class town in Picardy.
"You're gonna need a rock and a whole lotta medicine" is a mantra that Jonny Appleseed, a young Two-Spirit/Indigiqueer, repeats to himself in this vivid and utterly compelling novel. Off the reserve and trying to find ways to live and love in the big city, Jonny becomes a cybersex worker who fetishizes himself in order to make a living.
One of Goodreads' Best Books of the Month
One of BuzzFeed's 31 Incredible New Books You Need to Read This Spring
One of The Millions' Most Anticipated Books of the Year
A HUMOROUS AND TENDER MULTIGENERATIONAL NOVEL ABOUT IMMIGRANTS AND OUTSIDERS--THOSE TRYING TO FIND THEIR PLACE IN AMERICAN SOCIETY AND WITHIN THEIR OWN FAMILIES
Manhattan,1962. Frederick Bailey is a quiet, cultured, closeted architect reluctantly drawn into the effort to save Pennsylvania Station from being demolished. But when he meets Curt, a vibrant, immature gay activist more than half his age, he is overtaken by passions he hasn't felt in years, putting everything he cares about--his friends, his family, his career and reputation--at risk.
"You must read this now " - The New York Times Book Review
Yes, this is the book you've been hearing about
You know Konrad from your various social feeds - sun kissed, gym ripped and always having a better time than you. Or is he?
Mick Harris is disillusioned and disconnected from the world. Having come out after his glory days as the songwriter/bass player for metal act, Palace, he's all but given up on his dream of having a meaningful relationship, of leading a "normal," life.
An ALA Stonewall Honor book and a finalist for the Lambda Literary and Publishing Triangle awards, Hide is a tender, aching story of a hidden life in the recent history of gay love in America.
*The hardcover was an ABA Indies Introduce Pick, an Indie Next List Selection, and an
Amazon Best Book of the Month.*
1974 and Jake Stein wants to be a good Jewish boy, but he finds himself struggling to reconcile his traditional beliefs and his strong faith in God with his growing attraction to other boys. He lands a part in the school play, The Diary of Anne Frank, and while he should be imagining the suffering of the Holocaust, he feels real tsuris over falling for the kid who's playing Peter van Daan.
Thirteen fantastical tales from the Lambda Literary Award-winning author of The Padişah's Son and the Fox and That Door Is a Mischief - stories that venture into queer and unknown reaches of the imagination.