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Rebel Girl: My Life as a Feminist Punk – Kathleen Hanna’s memoir recounts the 90s Riot Grrrl movement, and other musings

posted Tuesday, May 14, 2024

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Rebel Girl: My Life as a Feminist Punk is an electric, searing memoir from Kathleen Hanna, the original rebel girl and legendary front woman of Bikini Kill and Le Tigre. Hanna takes us from her tumultuous childhood home to her formative college years in Olympia, Washington, and on to her first years on tour, fighting […]

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Pity – multi-generational Northern England family saga depicts both a celebration of resilience, and a possibility for change

posted Monday, May 13, 2024

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Pity is the debut novel from award-winning poet Andrew McMillan, that explores community, masculinity and post-industrialization in Northern England. The town was once a hub of industry. A place where men toiled underground in darkness, picking and shoveling in the dust and the sleck. It was dangerous and back-breaking work but it meant something. It […]

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A Good Happy Girl – female deals with past family trauma by hooking up with lesbian couples

posted Saturday, April 27, 2024

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A Good Happy Girl is a poignant, surprising, and immersive read about a young professional woman pursuing an emotionally intense relationship with a married lesbian couple. Helen, a jittery attorney with a self-destructive streak, is secretly reeling from a disturbing crime of neglect that her parents recently committed. Historically happy to compartmentalize—distracting herself by hooking […]

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Pride: A Seek-and-Find Celebration

posted Tuesday, April 16, 2024

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Explore the ever-evolving culture of the queer community with this beautifully illustrated, 64-page seek-and-find book. Pride: A Seek-and-Find Celebration is a fun-filled tribute to LGBTQ+ history and culture from icons to allies, milestones to marches. The seek-and-find illustrations are packed with the faces and places that have graced a story of progress and strength. The detailed […]

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Mona of the Manor – Armistead Maupin’s latest novel continues the Tales of the City series with a mystery set in England

posted Saturday, April 13, 2024

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Mona of the Manor is the long-awaited tenth novel in Armistead Maupin’s beloved and enduring Tales of the City series. Set in the early 1990s, it follows the adventures of Mona Ramsey, now the widowed Lady of a glorious old manor in Britain’s golden Cotswolds, and her fabulous adopted son Wilfred, as they come to […]

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Revolutionary Spirit: A Post-Punk Exorcism – memoir of a cult Liverpool musician’s scenic route to fame and artistic validation

posted Wednesday, April 3, 2024

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Revolutionary Spirit: A Post-Punk Exorcism is part memoir, part social history, highlighting a poignant, and often hilarious story of a cult Liverpool musician’s scenic route to fame and artistic validation. If Morrissey was the Oscar Wilde of the 1980s indie scene, Paul Simpson was its William Blake, a self-destructive genius so lost in mystical visions […]

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The House of Hidden Meanings – RuPaul’s new memoir is a self-portrait of the legendary international icon

posted Wednesday, April 3, 2024

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From international drag superstar and pop culture icon RuPaul, comes his most revealing and personal work to date—a brutally honest, surprisingly poignant, and deeply intimate memoir of growing up Black, poor, and queer in a broken home to discovering the power of performance, found family, and self-acceptance. A profound introspection of his life, relationships, and […]

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Selamlik – an emotional and unflinching story about Arab masculinity and homoeroticism 

posted Tuesday, April 2, 2024

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Selamlik tells the story of Furat, a Syrian in his early 20s, who visits Sibki Park in Damascus, a gathering place for gay men from all over the city. He then learns about the Hammams, secret meeting places for gays located throughout the old city. Inside these public baths, the air is thick with the […]

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Boys Alive – newly translated version of a censored 1955 Italian novel about the sordid lives or Rome’s unhoused youth

posted Saturday, March 30, 2024

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Boys Alive, first published in 1955, was author and film director Pier Paolo Pasolini‘s first work of fiction, and it remains his best known to date. Written in the aftermath of Pasolini’s move from the provinces to Rome, the novel captures the. hunger and anger, waywardness and squalor of the big city. The life of […]

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The Lookback Window – the tales and trauma of youth sex trafficking, and the road to reclaiming justice

posted Friday, March 29, 2024

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The Lookback Window tells the story of Dylan, who grew up in suburban New York, ad lived through the unfathomable: three years as a victim of sex trafficking at the hands of Vincent, a troubled young man who promised to marry Dylan when he turned eighteen. Years later—long after a police investigation that went nowhere, and […]

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