‘The Perfect Family’ by Kathryn Shay

The Davidsons are a perfect family—though not in a Stepford  Wives way. Relatively healthy, communicative, genuinely wanting what’s best for each other, the Davidsons face a dramatic paradigm shift when the youngest son Jamie, a high school junior, comes out. What’s stunning about Kathryn Shay’s latest novel The Perfect Family (Bold Strokes Books) is the equal… read more

New in September

September signals the start of the official fall book season, one of the busiest times of the year for publishers and authors alike. Some exciting fiction titles this month include Monique Truong‘s Bitter In the Mouth (Random House)—we interviewed Truong last month—and Yield (Kensington), the exciting debut from Lee Houck. In nonfiction, we’re excited about… 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