Books

Who Knew Drag Race Could Be Brain Food?

RuPaul’s Drag Race and the Shifting Visibility of Drag Culture bills itself as the first book to explore the phenomenon of Ru’s ultimate drag pageant from a global...

Make Trouble: A John Waters Speech Transformed into a Book

At the age of 69, John Waters became a sensation all over again. This time it was because of his hilarious and memorable commencement speech to the The Rhode Island School of...

The Bucket List: Enough Adventure to Last a Lifetime

Life is short, but the bucket list is here to help you fill it with priceless memories. Its adventures are geographically organized by latitude — from north to south. Edited by...

Pierre & Gilles: Looking Back on Forty Years of Love and Art

Forty years ago, Pierre Commoy and Gilles Blanchard solidified their romantic partnership; to celebrate, they’ve released a career retrospective: Pierre et Gilles: 40...

Pierre & Gilles: Looking Back on Forty Years of Love and Art

Forty years ago, Pierre Commoy and Gilles Blanchard solidified their romantic partnership; to celebrate, they’ve released a career retrospective: Pierre et Gilles: 40...

Becoming Andy Warhol Brings Pop Art Full Circle

Before Warhol was Warhol, he was just another commercial illustrator who sought to break out into the art scene in NYC....

BOOK: The Essential RuPaul

Since RuPaul emerged on the pop culture scene in the 90s, he’s been a recording artist, a TV personality and (to many), a hero....

BOOK: Showstoppers

Whether you were a musical theater nerd in High school or came to appreciate it later in life, you’re bound to be riveted by these surprising backstage stories of Broadway’s...

The First Lady's First Lady

Eleanor Roosevelt is remembered as an active First Lady, who had a passion for the rights of women and children and set a high standard of achievement for subsequent presidential...

Largely Unknown, Bruce Hillman is the Man Discovered AIDS

A look at sacrifices made in the name of science....

What Lurks in Alexander McQueen's Blood Beneath the Skin?

Long before his death, Alexander McQueen had ceased to be a mere name and become a brand synonymous with the extraordinary: sharp angles, jarring contrasts, animalistic rawness....

Gay Gotham: When the Big Apple Was Pink, Not Red

This intimate look inside a century of gay counterculture is riveting, and even in 2016 feels like learning the scandalous truth behind often whispered about secrets....