A little light reading for the gay guy in your life.

BOB THE BOOK
by David Pratt
Chelsea Station Editions

Bob the Book makes a perfect gift—not only to yourself, but to friends who love books.” —Wayne Gunn

CHILDREN OF THE SUN
by Max Schaefer
Soft Skull
Green Carnation Shortlisted

Double Bound

DOUBLE BOUND
by Nick Nolan
AmazonEncore

“The combination of intrigue, corruption and betrayal, coupled with desire and romance, makes this novel a quintessential page-turner.” —Christopher Verleger

INSIGNIFICANT OTHERS
by Stephen McCauley
Simon & Schuster
Interview | World AIDS Day | Reading Guide

“The story of a middle-aged man coming to terms with his partner’s infidelity.  But there’s a problem: he’s cheating, too.” —Sean Heatherington

His for the Holidays

HIS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
by Josh Lanyon
Carina Press

“…Hope brightens a bleak Edinburgh December, a man gets a second chance with his high school crush, there is a decade-long game of romantic cat and mouse, and Santa Claus drives up in a red muscle car.” —Dick Smart

Portrait of an Addict

PORTRAIT OF AN ADDICT AS A YOUNG MAN:
A Memoir
by Bill Clegg
Little, Brown
Interview | Trailer

“Shockingly eloquent… an Orphean account of Clegg’s descent into the compulsive, shattering world of crack addiction.” —Gabriel Bloomfield

Best of Best Gay Erotica 3 By Richard Labonte

BEST GAY EROTICA 3
by Richard Labonté
Cleis Press

THE LOST LIBRARY:
Gay Fiction Rediscovered
by Tom Cardamone
Haiduk Press

The Road Home

THE ROAD HOME
by Michael Thomas Ford
Kensington

“Ford clearly understands the adage that we don’t care how two people get together, we care about what keeps them apart.” —Dan Cullinane

Finishing the Hat by Stephen Sondheim

FINISHING THE HAT:
Collected Lyrics (1954-1981) with Attendant Comments, Principles, Heresies, Grudges, Whines and Accolades
by Stephen Sondheim
Knopf

“An important piece of Broadway musical history…” —Michael Klein

‘Yield’ by Lee Houck

YIELD
by Lee Houck
Kensington

A book about men and the various ways in which they relate to one another—through sex, of course, but also through friendship, romance, and violence.” —Jameson Fitzpatrick



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