Matthew Gallaway: "Henry James was a seriously hot gay bear"

Opera, HIV, and The Velvet Underground Blogger and novelist Matthew Gallaway sat down at his computer to answer a few questions about his debut novel The Metropolis Case (Crown), (reviewed by David Blaustein last week), the burdens of blogging, and his ideal literary threesome…. read more

BookBuzz #26 Feb 2011

The American Library Association’s  2011 Over the Rainbow selections in eleven queer writing categories have been announced.  Selected by the ALA’s GLBT Round Table, the list goes to librarians, archivists, information professionals, and library readers as recommended titles. [GLBTRT] One of those Top Eleven was Raymond Luczak’s poetry collection Mute (A Midsummer Night’s Press).  Mute also received a… read more

'The Metropolis Case' by Matthew Gallaway

Matthew Gallaway’s The Metropolis Case (Crown) is an ambitious, heady, intelligent and engaging first novel about the healing powers of art (with the healing powers of spontaneous combustive sexual couplings between musicians running a quick, close second). In Gallaway’s “Case,” music is the particular healing art form that is central to the book’s four protagonists—three of… read more