Topics :: GLBT Books

Nothing Like a Dame

By Michael Cox | Wednesday Mar 26, 2014
You’ll never cease to be surprised or delighted by the interviews with 20 carefully selected women of Broadway that this book features.

Best Gay Erotica 2014

By Michael Cox | Tuesday Mar 18, 2014
This set of 19 well-built, pungent stories takes you to some places you’ve been and some places that you hadn’t thought of going. You’ll want to clean up as you go along; then you won’t have a big mess to deal with when you’re ready to put down the book.

Poolside Pleasures

By Brian Callaghan | Sunday Mar 9, 2014
Photographer Mark Henderson’s new book is a "best of" collection from his earlier books of male nude photography, along with a few exciting new additions.

Foolish Hearts - New Gay Fiction

By Christopher Verleger | Wednesday Mar 5, 2014
The beautiful and ugly truths of romance are depicted in this tender collection of stories about courtship, marriage and complicated relationships.

Out There :: Winter Books Quiz

By Roberto Friedman | Saturday Feb 15, 2014
Out There can’t guarantee that all review copies sent our way will eventually get reviewed. But here’s a fun game we can play with some of the books.

Bob Mould: See A Little Light

By Brian Callaghan | Thursday Dec 5, 2013
Influential singer/songwriter Bob Mould has written a thoughtful and introspective book about life as a rock musician, and life as an out and proud gay man.

Five Classic Isherwood Novels

By Michael Cox | Monday Dec 2, 2013
A peer to some of the greatest gay literary figures of the 20th century and inspired by the conflict between sexuality and spirituality, Christopher Isherwood’s finest fiction is recorded in his later works.

Beards: An Unshaved History

By Brian Callaghan | Monday Nov 11, 2013
A wonderful new coffee table book traces the history of beards and facial hair from the Greeks and Jesus to Hugh Jackman and George Clooney.

Men and Gods

By JC Alvarez | Saturday Nov 2, 2013
"Men and Gods" is photographer David Vance’s latest exploration of the male physique in all its grand expression, proving the male physique is closer to the divine than anyone could have imagined.

The Blind Masseuse: A Traveler’s Memoir from Costa Rica to Cambodia

By | Wednesday Oct 16, 2013
Take a sneak peek at Alden Jones’ travel memoir, "The Blind Masseuse: A Traveler’s Memoir from Costa Rica to Cambodia," where the author gives an addictive, transporting look at the many aspects of life, civilization and travel.