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Divine master John Waters

Divine master John Waters

By Jim Piechota

In his new memoir "Mr. Know-It-All," outspoken self-proclaimed "filth elder" John Waters opens a Pandora's Box of opinions, secrets, and stories.

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By Roberto Friedman | August 13, 2019

Right now Out There is working alongside two colleagues who also moonlight as well-read gay authors.

By Tim Pfaff | August 6, 2019

In author Pajtim Statovci'ssecond novel, "Crossing" (Pushkin Press), he has gone deeper. The territory is still the refugee experience, depicted with even more harrowing realism.


By Roberto Friedman | July 30, 2019

The headline is not meant to be insulting. It's an homage to a new book titled, "My Week Beats Your Year — Encounters with Lou Reed, 1972-2013" (Hat & Beard Press) compiled by Michael Heath and edited by Pat Thomas.

By Jim Piechota | July 30, 2019

Novelist, architect and poet Luis Panini grabs love and lust by the collar and insists we pay careful attention to his unflinching assessment of how they intertwine, overwhelm, and ultimately burn each other out.


By Tim Pfaff | July 23, 2019

The rigors and satisfactions of living in remote places for a certain type of LGBTQ people are rarely articulated more artfully and artistically than they are in Mike Parker's "On the Red Hill."

By Tavo Amador | July 23, 2019

Good murder mysteries simultaneously challenge the reader and afford a splendid way to relax, whether spending the summer at home or away.


By Terri Schlichenmeyer | July 23, 2019

What's your style, what makes you confident? How do you know what to wear for the occasion? Read "Naturally Tan" by Tan France, and see what fits.

By David-Elijah Nahmod | July 23, 2019

There are fewer tales in Hollywood lore sadder than that of Barbara Payton (1927-67).


By Gregg Shapiro | July 16, 2019

Stonewall 50 celebrations may have come and gone, but that doesn't mean that there isn't an abundance of good LGBTQ reading to be found to take you through the summer and into the fall.

By Tim Pfaff | July 16, 2019

Only the excellence of Nicole Dennis-Benn's writing got me all the way through her second novel, "Patsy" (Liveright).


By Paul Parish | July 9, 2019

The image that probably comes to mind when you think of swans and ballet was the brainchild of Marius Petipa, the great 19th-century choreographer who brought "Swan Lake" back from oblivion.

By Tim Pfaff | July 9, 2019

"The Flight Portfolio" re-enacts the doings of the US-fostered Emergency Rescue Commission, sanctioned by Eleanor Roosevelt, dedicated to getting the persecuted out of the clutches of the Nazis and to safe ground, particularly in the U.S.


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