Gay travel writer Andrew Evans fulfills his childhood dream: A trip to Antarctica from the capital of the United States of America, using public transportation as much as possible.
The author seeks out a childhood bully and comes away with a newfound understanding of the factors that contribute to violent behavior, in a story set against the backdrop of the misunderstood city of Oakland.
Dunne was on the scene and in-the-know with high society, Hollywood elite and the people who brought out the dark side of fame and fortune.
A lengthy examination of one man's journey into his family's fascination, and subsequent ability to manipulate, time.
A different kind of Abrams "Star Wars" Art Book, this is an old-school sticker book with art that you will want to peel off and put wherever you can find a space!
Newlyweds Cal and Michael prepare for fatherhood while relationship shenanigans ensue within their guest house walls in this series' fourth novel.
Author Henry Alley explores the attraction between men from all walks of life in this profound, pensive short story collection.
Sid Luft's writing is gutsy, honest and blunt in not only of his time spent with Garland as husband/father and manager/producer of the star... but also in his writings of his own life.
Male beauty, rugged physicality and sensuality combined with the artistry of motion; all play a striking hand in David Vance's latest photographs.
The letters a among the rare non-apologetic documents of a gay man in Britain during WWII.