'Crazy for Vincent' by Hervé Guibert

Despite the smoke and mirrors between fact and fiction, despite all the modernist devices, Crazy for Vincent is in one sense a very old-fashioned kind of gay memoir: the story of love affair between an older gay man and a younger straight man…. read more

'No Other World' by Rahul Mehta

Mehta’s artfulness is the deep empathy with which we nevertheless regard his characters, forced to live in small worlds they’re not fit for, worlds that cannot contain their complexities…. read more

'Queens of Geek' by Jen Wilde

“Three Friends. Two Love Stories. One Convention.” What could possibly go wrong? Two girls from Australia, Charlie and Taylor, along with their mutual friend, Jamie, travel across the globe to attend SupaCon, the U.S.’s largest fantasy/science fiction convention. Their plan is to celebrate Charlie’s emerging success as an actor and indulge in all things geeky…. read more

'Jews Queers Germans' by Martin Duberman

Jews Queers Germans dives headlong into the murky political waters of Weimar Germany, dramatizing anti-Semitism, homophobia, and a pervasive melancholia over an imagined sense of lost national pride that helped transform a progressive country into a Nazi dystopia… read more

'Ten Things I Can See From Here' by Carrie Mac

Calm on and carry on. Possibly one of the worst things to say to a person with anxiety, such as Maeve, who has been told useless slogans like this all her life.  In Carrie Mac’s newest novel, Ten Things I Can See From Here, Maeve Glover is a young woman struggling with a severe anxiety disorder, constantly… read more