‘The Horizontal Poet’ by Jan Steckel

Unmistakably bisexual, accomplished and rich, The Horizontal Poet is an excellent offering of 57 poems from wordsmith Jan Steckel. A former doctor and current activist on bisexual and disability issues, Steckel writes about her relationships with women and men, thorny health problems suffered by patients as well as herself, social issues, neighborhood observations and her… read more

Bi Lines IV: A Celebration of Bisexual Writing in Reading, Music & Culture

Bi Lines is a FREE reading and multi-arts event to honor the winners, finalists and nominees of the Bisexual Fiction and Nonfiction Lammy Awards, hosted by the Bi Writers Association. Date: Friday, May 27, 2011 Location: The LGBT Center. 208 W. 13 St., 7-8 Ave, NYC, 10011 Time: 6:30-9:30 pm FREE! (Suggested donation $10)… read more

'Dismantled' by Jennifer McMahon

Dismantled is the latest offering by Jennifer McMahon, the New York Times bestselling author of Island of Lost Girls and Promise Not to Tell.  One summer, a group of student artists turned anarchists (the Compassionate Dismantlers whose motto is “Dismantlement = Freedom”) are involved in a dramatic series of events that have come back to haunt… read more

'The Alcoholic' by Jonathan Ames

The Alcoholic is a tale of sexual confusion, romantic obsession and addiction counterpointed by a deep and loving familial bond. Jonathan Ames continues his tradition of naming his fictional protagonists after himself, giving them his looks and borrowing heavily from his own life, which sets up an odd relationship with the reader. We know that… read more

'Map' by Audrey Beth Stein

Lambda Award Finalist Map is a memoir about first same-sex love that reads like a page-turning novel. Audrey is a college senior who has declared a major but not a sexual orientation. She has dated a couple of guys but now has a crush on school friend A.J., who happens to be a girl. She… read more

'The Story of a Marriage' by Andrew Sean Greer

The Story of a Marriage is about a bisexual love-triangle set in 1950s San Francisco. Pearlie and Holland, high school sweethearts who rekindle their relationship after World War Two, have settled into a fairly typical nuclear family scenario. Their son suffers from Polio and they are poor, with Holland’s twin aunts helping out with the… read more