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Fellow Travelers – gay love within the White House during the volatile political 1950’s era

posted Friday, October 28, 2022

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Fellow Travelers is a searing historical novel infused with political drama, unexpected humor, and genuine heartbreak.. It’s 1950s Washington, D.C.: a world of bare-knuckled ideology and secret dossiers, dominated by personalities like Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, and Joe McCarthy. Enter Timothy Laughlin, a recent college graduate and devout Catholic eager to join the crusade against […]

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The Longest Suicide: The Authorized Biography of Art Bergmann

posted Friday, October 28, 2022

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As Canada’s punk poet laureate, Art Bergmann has been tearing up stages, and terrifying the music industry, for half a century. Often referred to as “Canada’s Lou Reed,” Art’s story is one of rock and roll’s great tales untold. Until now. From his days helping to lay the foundation of the Vancouver punk scene with […]

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The Last Chairlift – John Irving’s latest novel brings forth family secrets, and ghosts

posted Tuesday, October 18, 2022

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In Aspen, Colorado, in 1941, Rachel Brewster is a slalom skier at the National Downhill and Slalom Championships. Little Ray, as she is called, finishes nowhere near the podium, but she manages to get pregnant. Back home, in New England, Little Ray becomes a ski instructor. Her son, Adam, grows up in a family that […]

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Chelsea Manning’s README.txt – an intimate, revealing memoir from one of the most important activists of our time

posted Tuesday, October 18, 2022

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While working as an intelligence analyst in Iraq for the United States Army in 2010, Chelsea Manning disclosed more than seven hundred thousand classified military and diplomatic records that she had smuggled out of the country on the memory card of her digital camera. In 2011 she was charged with twenty-two counts related to the […]

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The Ghost Woods – Gothic folklore that includes ghosts, witches, magic, and queer love

posted Tuesday, October 18, 2022

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The Ghost Woods tells the story of Pearl Gorham, who in 1965, was one of a string of young women sent to Lichen Hall to give birth. This place is shrouded in folklore – old stories of ghosts, of witches, of a child who is not quite a child. Now the woods are creeping closer, […]

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Baggage: Tales From A Fully Packed Life – Alan Cumming’s second memoir focuses more of his life under the shadow of fame

posted Tuesday, October 18, 2022

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There is absolutely no logical reason why I am here. The life trajectory my nationality and class and circumstances portended for me was not even remotely close to the one I now navigate. But logic is a science and living is an art. The release I felt in writing my first memoir, Not My Father’s Son, […]

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Elton @ 75 chronicles the Rocket Man’s life with 75 career accomplishments and life events

posted Saturday, October 15, 2022

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In Elton John at 75, veteran rock journalist Gillian Gaar presents a unique and beautifully produced celebration of the iconic and beloved rock star, examining Sir Elton through the lens of 75 career accomplishments and life events. A unique and beautifully produced celebration of the iconic and beloved rock star, the book features a slipcased hardcover with a […]

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Radioland – thrilling murder mystery set amidst Toronto’s indie music scene

posted Tuesday, October 11, 2022

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In Radioland, Matt Cahill’s mesmerizing new literary thriller, music, fame and magic wind together in an eerie mystery. There are whispers about murders on the scene in Toronto, from bartenders, hairdressers and others who trade in rumours. When the bodies are found they are altered in disturbing ways. No one knows who the killer could […]

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Punk Rock: Music Is The Currency Of Live – how punk rock shaped modern culture, including from the LGBTQ+, feminist, and alternative communities.

posted Friday, October 7, 2022

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Punk Rock: Music Is The Currency Of Live examines the history of punk rock in its totality. Punk became a way of thinking about the role of culture and community in modern life. Punks forged real alternatives to producing popular music and built community around their music. This punk counterpublic, forged in the late Cold War […]

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The Family Outing – how one family deals with each other’s coming out story

posted Tuesday, October 4, 2022

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The Family Outing tells the story of Jessi Hempel, who was raised in a seemingly picture-perfect, middle-class American family. But the truth was far from perfect. Her father was constantly away from home, traveling for work, while her stay-at-home mother became increasingly lonely and erratic. Growing up, Jessi and her two siblings struggled to make […]

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