I met Emanuel Xavier right after returning to my native New York City in 2006, after a 17-year West Coast...
"Before social media, going out to a club was like going to church. Hence the title Christ Like, which confused many people who thought it was a religious book." Read More
Nefarious is a testament whose utterance often feels less printed than voiced by a cool gust pushing newspapers along the city’s now-gentrified streets and renovated piers, where hustlers and other outcasts of society once made defiant gestures of survival. Read More
This week the Lambda Literary Review honors the impact movies and filmmakers have had on our lives. To start off Lambda Literary Goes to the Movies week, here's what some of our favorite LGBTQ authors (Staceyann Chin, Alan Hollinghurst, Ayana Mathis, and more) had to say about their favorite films. Read More
We at Lambda Literary asked a bunch of our favorite queer and allied authors, filmmakers and artists (Bruce LaBruce, Susan Miller, Simon Doonan, Lucy Jane Bledsoe, and many more) to answer the question: when you were younger, what was your favorite YA novel? And why? Read More
"I started writing because all odds were against me and I wanted to share my own unique experiences so that others like me would know they are not alone in this world." “The Banal and the Profane” is a monthly Lambda Literary column in which we lift the veil on both the writerly life and the publishing industry. In each installment, we ask a different LGBT writer, or LGBT person of interest in the book industry, to guide us through a week in their lives. Read More