'Love at Last Call' by M. Ullrich

The writing in Love at Last Call is smooth and engaging, with perfect pacing and a plot that’s sure to please fans of contemporary romance… read more

'The Lurid Sea' by Tom Cardamone

For a man under a curse, Nerites certainly doesn’t act like it: he never bemoans his fate, nor simply accepts it in a stoic fashion; rather, he unapologetically glories in the endless feast of male flesh…. read more

‘Tin Man’ by Sarah Winman

Sarah Winman’s third novel, Tin Man (Putnam), is only about two hundred pages long, but it covers a great deal of ground. It begins in 1950, when Dora Judd wins a raffle and, against her husband’s orders, selects a print of van Gogh’s Sunflowers as her prize rather than a bottle of whiskey. The novel… read more

‘Night Soil’ by Dale Peck

Night Soil is a remarkable novel that explores many themes simultaneously—the relationship between a single mother and her son, the repercussions of racism in America, the abuse of our environment—all through the life of an unique gay character… read more