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Cher – Strong Enough by Josiah Howard

meticulously researched and a labour of love from Howard but its downside is that it is not the most complete or comprehensive Cher biography out there. It is certainly one that is most focused on the glittery rise and shine of her star-power

WHETHER TO WED: A Legal And Tax Guide For Gay And Lesbian Couples

FOR SAME SEX COUPLES, IT’S NOT AS SIMPLE AS SAYING, “I DO” Attorney Scott Squillace Discusses The Legal And Tax Issues Faced by Gay And Lesbian Couples

What are Lesbians Reading?

Every year the question is posed during at least one literary/publishing event or another: Do we still need LGBT publishing companies?

Mounting Danger by Karis Walsh

A delicious romance with a sprinkle of investigation

Win A Set of the Rainey Bell Thriller Series by R.E. Bradshaw

The second in the series, Rainey Nights, was a Lambda Literary Finalist. The third in the series, The Rainey Season, has been submitted for consideration in the upcoming award season. The fourth installment is due out in April 2014

2013 Rainbow Awards

Almost 400 books, more than 150 judges, all over the world, and many, many submissions, from indie publishers, from mainstream publishers and a lot of self-published authors

Review of Trans Avenue by Ianna Book

For this photo book — and presumably for its transgender creator — packaging matters

Lawfully Wedded Wives

New book documents women’s compelling personal stories of same-sex weddings as marriage equality becomes a heralded civil rights struggle nationwide

Extremely touched by the wonderful reception

“We received an incredible number of messages from people, both gay and straight, who were happy about the fact that a woman, who had a same-sex partner, had been chosen to lead a country at a very difficult time in its history.”

Page Turner: Alison Bechdel

The author of "Dykes to Watch Out For" and "Fun Home" presents her breathtaking new graphic memoir "Are You My Mother?"