'Manning Up: Transsexual Men on Finding Brotherhood, Family & Themselves' edited by Zander Keig and Mitch Kellaway

Manning Up: Transsexual Men on Finding Brotherhood, Family & Themselves is an anthology of personal narratives by trans men in North America, spanning an array of perspectives, ethnicities, classes and ages. This anthology provides a space for trans men to share their experience of childhood, coming out, transitioning, relationships, family and what masculinity means to… read more

Elliott DeLine: Art from Life

“I just have a highly personal process when it comes to creating fiction. I think all writers do it to an extent.”

Author Elliott DeLine took some time to talk with The Lambda Literary Review about his work, success, failure, and the tensions between art, individuality, and community.
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T Cooper: Adventures in Manhood

In his new book, Real Man Adventures, novelist T Cooper turns his searing lens and sharp wit toward himself to capture something of the elusive experience of what it means to be a man, more specifically, a man who was assigned female at birth. … read more

'Transition: The Story of How I Became a Man' by Chaz Bono

In Transition: The Story of How I Became a Man (Dutton) Chaz Bono, the only child of Sonny Bono and Cher publicly explores the intimate details of his adult life as he struggled to come to terms with his gender identity, and his ultimate decision to transition from female to male. Through the book, we… read more

‘The Creamsickle’ by Rhiannon Argo

Lambda Award Winner It’s unusual to encounter literary lesbian fiction that’s also a guilty pleasure, but both terms apply fairly to this book. The Creamsickle itself is full of trash—it’s an unheated, lopsided flophouse in the Mission district of San Francisco that has an “ever-revolving door.” Over the years, it’s been occupied by revolutionaries, “hippie… read more