Don't Miss This Year's 11th Annual West Hollywood Book Fair

Join your favorite authors and artists this Sunday, September 30th for the 11th Annual West Hollywood Book Fair from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the West Hollywood Library and West Hollywood Park, 625 North San Vicente Boulevard. To name a few of this year’s participants: Audrey Bilger (Here Come the Brides! Reflections on Lesbian Love… read more

Eduardo Santiago & Monica Carter in the PEN USA Anthology

Earlier this month, John Morgan Wilson noted that Eduardo Santiago‘s short story, “Havana Hilton,” will be published in the PEN USA anthology, Strange Cargo, an Emerging Voices Anthology, which includes stories, poems and nonfiction pieces by Emerging Voices Fellows from 1997 to 2010.  Eduardo is the author of the novel Tomorrow They Will Kiss (Little, Brown). We also noticed that, 2010… read more

Book Buzz: September 2010

JM Redman has been honored with the New Orleans Gay Achievement Awards Lifetime Achievement Award for both her full-time work with an AIDS service organization and her writing (her Micky Knight PI series is set in the Big Easy). You can read about it  here.  JM’s most recent novel, Death of a Dying Man, won the Lambda… read more

Book Buzz: August 2010

Three out gay writers are among the 13 “long list” nominees for the prestigious Man Booker Prize for Fiction: Brit Emma Donoghue for Room, South African Damon Galgut for In a Strange Room, and Aussie Christos Tsiolkas for The Slap.  Emma was a joint winner of the 2008 Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Fiction for… read more

'El Muro: The Wall'by Eduardo Hernández Santos

What’s the point of looking fabulous if nobody gets to see you? Even in Castro’s blatantly repressive Cuba, the ever-resilient LGBT community has taken to the streets, or rather the wall, El Malecon. The five-mile promenade and sea wall, extending along the coast from Old to Central Havana, draws hundreds of Habaneros every night to… read more