Love in the modern age is anything but easy.
In her new short story collection New York 1, Tel Aviv 0, author Shelly Oria deftly explores both the joys and pitfalls of contemporary relationships. (more…)
This month, Crown Archetype is releasing actor Neil Patrick Harris’ unconventional “memoir” Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography. (more…)
The LGBTQI Book Saved My Life! campaign, a crowd-sourced video project conducted in conjunction with the Lambda Literary Awards (“Lammys”), was created to recognize LGBTQI literature of all types. (more…)
Get ready to return to Litchfield prison. The trailer for the second season of the series Orange is the New Black was released this week, and things are looking particularly severe for the inmates this season.
Based on the bestselling memoir by Piper Kerman, the entire season will be released June 6 on Netflix.
The first trailer for filmmaker Patrik-Ian Polk’s screen adaptation of the novel Blackbird was released this week. The feature film, adapted from a novel by Lambda Literary award-winning author Larry Duplechan, centers on a charismatic young christian high school student who is grappling with his sexuality and familial tension. The film will close the Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) in Los Angeles, CA, which runs through February 17, 2014. (more…)
It’s great when one of our favorite queer writers becomes one of our favorite queer musicians. It is like killing two birds with one giant gay stone.
Writer/indie-rocker Brontez Purnell, under his band moniker Young Lovers, has released a new Bob Dylan inspired video for his song “My Tears are Wasted (So Am I).” The song is everything you would expect from Purnell: raw, sincere, and funny.
Next month, Scribner is a releasing a new memoir from activist Sean Strub, Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS, and Survival. The memoir is a detailed accounting of Strub’s personal struggles and triumphs during the height of the AIDS epidemic. (more…)
World AIDS Day, held on December 1st of each year, is “an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.” (more…)