A finalist for the Publishing Triangle’s Thom Gunn Award for Gay Poetry, The Monster I Am Today: Leontyne Price and a Life in Verse by Kevin Simmonds is published by Northwestern University Press. The winner
In The Prophets, Robert Jones Jr. tells a story of love between two enslaved young men on a nineteenth-century plantation in the American South; a love so profound and impossible to hide that the other
In Claire Cox’s debut novel, Silver Beach, three women—a mother and her two daughters—suffer a loss that changes the course of their lives. The two sisters, Mara and Shannon, were separated and raised differently—Mara, with
In A Natural History of Transition, a collection of short fiction by Callum Angus, the journeys of transitioning are seldom one-way, one-time, or linear, but something more fluid and often transcending the realm of possibility.
Radiant Fugitives is a radiant, rare book, exploring all the contradictions in the life of Seema, an upper-class, liberal political consultant, a lesbian from a conservative Muslim family. She is an Indian American who is