Midtown Dental

Brought to you by the publishers of The Pink Pages Directory

Books

Bath Haus – a thrilling mystery that begins in a gay bathhouse

posted Tuesday, June 15, 2021

by: in Books

Bath Haus is the story about Oliver Park, a recovering addict from Indiana, who finally has everything he ever wanted: sobriety and a loving, wealthy partner in Nathan, a prominent DC trauma surgeon. Despite their difference in age and disparate backgrounds, they’ve made a perfect life together. With everything to lose, Oliver shouldn’t be visiting […]

Read more

“Shockadelica” Combines an LGBTQ Horror Novel with Chilling Music

posted Monday, June 14, 2021

by: in Books

Conspiracy Theories and Supernatural Legends Create a Contemporary Story of Fear and Prejudice When you can read a novel while listening to songs written by one of the characters, you know you’re in unusual territory. That’s what author Jon O’Bergh offers with his latest novel Shockadelica and an album by the Bone Man titled Box of Bones. Both […]

Read more

The Family Way – contemplating gay life at 40 – past, present, and future

posted Tuesday, June 1, 2021

by: in Books

The year Paul turns forty, his friends Wendy and Eve ask him to help them get pregnant. Nothing about the process feels natural to him. But for a gay man of a certain age, making a family still means finding your own way through a world with few ready answers. The eighteen-month journey reveals many […]

Read more

The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot – a generational story about finding love

posted Tuesday, June 1, 2021

by: in Books

We could all use a little bit of optimism and joy these days, and no one is better primed to help us rediscover what makes us happy than Lenni and Margot. In The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot, seventeen-year-old Lenni Pettersson lives on the Terminal Ward at the Glasgow Princess Royal Hospital. Though […]

Read more

33rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards Finalists Includes Many Canadians – June 1, 2021

posted Monday, May 31, 2021

by: in Books

Lambda Literary, the nation’s premier LGBTQ literary organization, has announced the finalists of the 33rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards (a.k.a. the “Lammys”). Winners will be announced at a  virtual ceremony on June 1, which is free for all to watch. The event will also be captioned and include live ASL interpretation. Created over thirty years […]

Read more

REMEMBERINGS, A Memoir by Sinéad O’Connor

posted Monday, May 31, 2021

by: in Books

REMEMBERINGS by Sinéad O’Connor is a revelatory memoir of her fraught childhood, musical triumphs, struggles with illness, and of the enduring power of song. Sinead O’Connor hasn’t released any albums in the past few years, but she has been getting some writing done. Blessed with a singular voice and a fiery temperament, Sinéad O’Connor rose to massive fame […]

Read more

Testing The Wind – story of coming out as a gay man and young pastor in the 1980s.

posted Wednesday, May 26, 2021

by: in Books

Testing the Wind by Peter Ilgenfritz (Coffeetown Press, April 2021) is a memoir of coming out and coming of age in the 1970’s and 1980’s. It tells the story of Peter’s wrestling with the meaning of sexual identity in the 1970’s and the particular challenges of coming out as a gay man and young pastor in the […]

Read more

Tramps Like Us – a tangled tale of friendships, mistakes and assorted mixed drinks

posted Tuesday, May 18, 2021

by: in Books

Set in 1998, “Tramps Like Us” is the story of a group of gay men in Toronto who are struggling with the process of growing older in the community. Sound familiar? The first draft was written the year before the UK series Queer as Folk was broadcast, and so the author had no choice but […]

Read more

All The Rage – A Partial Memoir in Two Acts and a Prologue, by Brad Fraser

posted Tuesday, May 18, 2021

by: in Books

A Canadian playwright’s rise to fame amid the terrors of the AIDS era. Brad Fraser suffered an impoverished and abusive childhood, living with his teenage parents in motel rooms and shacks on the side of the highway in Alberta and Northern British Columbia. He grew to be one of the most celebrated, and controversial, Canadian […]

Read more

Queercore – How to Punk a Revolution: An Oral History

posted Saturday, May 15, 2021

by: in Activism, Books

Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution: An Oral History is the very first comprehensive overview of a movement that defied both the music underground and the LGBT mainstream community. The full story is told through exclusive interviews with protagonists like Bruce LaBruce, G.B. Jones, Jayne County, Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill and Le Tigre, film director […]

Read more

Back to top