Tag Archives: Gay Studies

Where the Spirits Dwell

by Tobias Schneebaum

“A travelogue exotic enough to captivate even reluctant armchair travelers.” –Los Angeles Times

The Last Sunday in June and Other Plays

by Jonathan Tolins

“A deftly constructed and cunningly written piece, hovering between a parody and a homage to the gay play.” –Donald Lyons, The New York Post

Keep the River on Your Right

by Tobias Schneebaum

“Authentic, deeply moving, sensuously written, and incredibly haunting, an exploration of realms of personal identity that emerges on the far side of Conrad’s Heart…

The Gay Metropolis

by Charles Kaiser

“The landmark portrait of 20th-century New York viewed through the eyes of gay New Yorkers . . . Mr. Kaiser guides us through the…

Close to the Bone

by Laurie Stone

“Addresses the memoir in our time and the culture of confession and recovery . . . Reminds us why [Laurie Stone] is one of…