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Review :: How To Survive A Plague

By Steve Weinstein | Nov 29
This masterly, deeply personal account of how New York City street activists transformed the way medical science & the public looked at AIDS is an eminently readable, monumental achievement.

Review :: Skyscraper

By Christopher Verleger | Nov 16
An architect's personal and professional life are turned upside down after he meets a handsome, young stranger in this engaging short novel from Scott Alexander Hess.

Review :: Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, 1980-1983

By Steve Weinstein | Nov 15
This comprehensive (maybe even a little much so) examination of how, definitively examines how, in 3 years, NYC clubs & DJs took disco into new genres like hip-hop and house.

Review :: The Untold Stories of Broadway, Volume 3

By Kitty Drexel | Nov 10
In it, all manner of theatre professionals share stories, anecdotes and histories from the Great White Way.

Review :: A Wild Swan And Other Tales

By Michael Cox | Nov 8
The Pulitzer Prize winning author of "The Hours," Michael Cunningham reworks traditional fairy tales with a new spin and a new style, converting the Brothers Grimm to the grim agony of the everyday.

Review :: The Sea Is Quiet Tonight

By Christopher Verleger | Nov 4
A couple's destiny is cut short by the AIDS epidemic in this gripping, affecting memoir.

Review :: Audrey - The 50s

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 25
One of Hollywood's all-time great enchantresses is given super-star treatment in a coffee table book filled with beautifully preserved -- and in some cases restored -- photographs.

Review :: Fashion + Music

By Bill Biss | Oct 24
The right creative director or fashion designer manages to capture the inspiration and the spirit of the musical artist.

Review :: Among The Living

By Jonathan Leaf | Oct 24
Rabb has seemed for some time to be on the cusp of recognition as one of the country's best novelists. This latest tale arrives with a series of encomia from famous contemporaries

Review :: Tomboy Survival Guide

By Kitty Drexel | Oct 12
Coyote is very clear: the Tomboy aesthetic is an attitude and lifestyle. It is not a look or singular behavior.

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