Books

LGBTQ related books, art and design books, coffee table books in general.

This is How Adam Rippon Won the Heart of Planet Earth

On the eve of releasing a memoir at the tender age of 29, Adam Rippon reflects on fame, Pence and his love of the limelight: Adam Rippon is nothing if not audacious. While most...

Skrebneski: This is How One Man Changed Photography

Some photo books bring to mind Hemingway’s recollections of  Paris in the 1920s: they are “a moveable feast.” The work of American famed photographer Victor Skrebneski, who...

This Is What Sexy Nerds Look Like

We have seen the rise of superhero culture, but now one photographer is showing how hunky actual nerds can be. Like the Heroes they Worship They’re all-too-familiar stereotypes:...

Here’s What Makes Fire Island Unforgettable

Many beach towns that still attract and welcome the LGBTQ community began as secluded artists’ colonies in the last century. But in Fire Island: Photographs ($50, Glitterati...

This Is What It’s Really Like to Be a Working Actor

When Metrosource said I could invite any famous writer I wanted to interview me about my new book, Working Actor, the choice was obvious: I asked myself. Your Biggest Fan What an...

The History of Drag is Right Here Between the Covers

Not too long ago, drag entertainers were seen as edgiest outsiders of society, let alone show business. Today, in tandem with society’s increased acceptance of gay culture and...

This Is What Pride Looks Like

Award-winning director and photographer Manuel Rodriguez has partnered with Blurb.com to launch UNTITLED, a book of queer portraits showcasing the LGBTQ community’s...

These Are Our Best LGBTQ Writers, According to the Lammy Awards

The winners of the 31st Lambda Literary Awards — also known as the Lammys — were feted at the Skirball Center in NYC last week. In addition to two dozen book award winners,...

These Are 3 Fabulous New Books about the Fine Art of Being Gay

See queer photographer Tom Bianchi’s intimate inspirations, meet an art lover who helped shape iconic institutions, and experience art after the Stonewall Uprising. Tom...

This Is Why Murray Bartlett Loves the New “Tales of the City”

Years after Looking, Murray Bartlett heads back to the City by the Bay to give an iconic queer story a new chapter. Once Upon a “Tales” In the 1970s, author and gay...

10 Reasons You Must Hear Jane Curtin Read “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

If you enjoyed recent Melissa McCarthy-starring Oscar-contender Can You Ever Forgive Me?, should you listen to the audiobook of the memoir that inspired it? In a word: yes....

Three Top Reasons Musical Theater Lovers Will Miss Carol Channing

Why should you mourn the death of actress, singer and musical theater legend Carol Channing, who has died at the age of 97, leaving a legacy of great performances and...