Chris Wild’s memoir, reviewed by Rob Harkavy Chris Wild’s searing exposé of life in and around the children’s care system in the early 1990s stirs such a maelstrom of emotions that even now, three days after finishing Damaged, I am still coming to terms with this no-holds-barred, often distressingly graphic depiction Continue Reading
“The story wasn’t about being gay or indeed about chemsex; it was about grief and loss.” Paul Madden is a psychotherapist-turned-author, having just penned his debut novel, The G Club. The book discusses the journey of Jamie, a gay man living in London, who negotiates a plethora of challenges in his Continue Reading
Autobiography of 21-year-old transgender activist Nevo Zisin is about gender and everything that comes with it.
Two young men struggle to come to terms with their love for one another during one of the most controversial eras of United States history, the forced internment of over 100,000 Japanese-Americans.
Latest installment of popular BOYSTOWN series features its first transgender character.