Books

Forthcoming Releases

The Cosmopolitans

Sarah Schulman

Greenwich Village, 1958. Earl, a black, gay, actor, and Bette, a white secretary, have been neighbors for thirty years, forming a deep bond as refugees from small-minded hometowns. But when Hortense, a wealthy young actress with links to Bette's painful past, shows up, Earl and Bette's hard-won assumptions are shaken to the core.

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Beijing Comrades

Bei Tong
Beijing Comrades--the first gay novel published in mainland China--is a tale of capitalism, love, power, and secrecy.

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The Cosmopolitans (Hardback)

Sarah Schulman
Two unlikely friends, cast out of their own families, search for understanding in 1950s Bohemian New York City.

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Death Is Stupid

Anastasia Higginbotham
Poignant and unfeigned, Death Is Stupid cuts through platitudes and gives an honest voice to children's first brush with death.

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WSQ: Survival

Edited by
Frances Bartkowski
Elena Glasberg
Taylor Black
WSQ: Survival reimagines what it means to survive, meaning to go “beyond life,” as well as the inevitable: “What didn’t survive?”

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Black Dove

Mamá, Mi'jo, and Me
Ana Castillo
Raised by immigrants and raising a brown son, Ana Castillo works to find herself as a writer, feminist, and mother.

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Walking the Dog

Elizabeth Swados
After two decades in prison, an ex-radical navigates reentry in New York by walking a series of high-strung, wealthy pooches.

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Bye Bye Blondie

Virginie Despentes
Psychiatric institutions and class difference doom two young lovers from the start in this dark romantic comedy.

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Tatterhood

Feminist Folktales from Around the World
Edited by Ethel Johnston Phelps
Newly illustrated, these classic tales remind us that girls everywhere have been the heroes of their own stories for centuries.

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