‘A Pornographer’ by Arch Brown

Brown wore many hats throughout his career, business executive, filmmaker, photographer, production designer, playwright and pornographer, but it’s his earliest, most prolific years as a pornographer, roughly 1967 to 1974, that are captured in this memoir … read more

‘Mean’ by Myriam Gurba

Mean chronicles Gurba’s sexual assault as well as her coming of age as a queer, mixed-race girl growing up in Southern California… read more

'The Vampire’s Protégé' by Damian Serbu

Charon, né Blade Hunter, is a true vampire of the third millennium.  As befits a vampire created during the 21st century, his origin resembles a reality TV show:  a mysterious individual offers him the chance to play a deadly game where the winner takes all, and the losers lose everything—including their lives. Charon naturally wins… read more

‘Edge of Glory’ by Rachel Spangler

With her last several books, Rachel Spangler has been going from strength to strength, delivering satisfying, beautiful, thoughtful romances, and Edge of Glory is no exception… read more

'Keeping On Keeping On' by Alan Bennett

Alan Bennett’s fourth volume of mixed reminiscence, diary entries, and occasional pieces is one sly, beautifully turned, wonderfully descriptive sentence after another…. read more