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Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness

Review 'With flair, creativity, and intellectual breadth Simone Browne illuminates the historical and contemporary surveillance ordering of (presumed) biologically based racial identities. With a [...]

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An Army of Ex-Lovers: My life at the Gay Community News

Review 'Funny, engaging, enlightening, heartbreaking: a history of the heart that will touch everyone who reads it.'?Anita Diamant, author of The Red Tent 'Amy Hoffman has written a fabulous memo [...]

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Mommy Man: How I Went from Mild-Mannered Geek to Gay Superdad

From Booklist Comedy writer Mahoney struggled with his gay identity while growing up and, after settling into his career, stumbled through the process of coming out. He had long ago conceded that [...]

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Out of the Twilight: Fathers of Gay Men Speak

Review 'An easily read and accessible book. . . . This study demonstrated the positives that accepting sons and fathers have to offer one another.' -- Judith Marks Mishne, DSW, Professor, Chairpe [...]

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Words to Make My Dream Childen Live: A Book of African American Quotations

From the Publisher In 1918, Joseph Seaman Cotter, Jr., a promising young African-American poet who later died at the age of twenty-four, published a poem in which he prayed, 'O God, give me words [...]

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The Border Patrol Ate My Dust

Review 'This wonderful firsthand description of the immigration experience is recommended for public and academic libraries and bookstores.' Read more Fro [...]

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Queer Ecologies: Sex, Nature, Politics, Desire

Review '[V]ibrant texts, brimming with possibilities for rethinking, rereading, and reinflecting the links between perception, ontology, epistemology, politics, and ethics.... [A]llow[s] for the [...]

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Border Sexualities, Border Families in Schools (Curriculum, Cultures, and (Homo)Sexualities Series)

Review Sexual identity is a hot topic today, with the national debates over the 'don't ask, don't tell' military policy and same-sex marriage, and the increasing numbers of university programs in [...]

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Keeping Found Things Found: The Study and Practice of Personal Information Management (Interactive Technologies)

Review 'Keeping Found Things Found is the missing manual for 21st century literacy. We're at the epicenter of a rapidly expanding universe of personal information. Books, music, photos, videos, e [...]

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No Bath but Plenty of Bubbles: An Oral History of the Gay Liberation Front, 1970-73 (Lesbian & gay studies)

This text examines the workings of the London Gay Liberation Front between 1970 and 1973. It gathers the accounts of people who were involved and the papers they wrote, as well as the comments of bemused bystanders. A ch [...]

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Damron Women's Traveller: 2012 Edition

About the Author Gina M. Gatta has been the Editor-in-Chief of the Damron Company's LGBT travel guide series since the early '90s, becoming President in 1992. She has published over 90 books. Bor [...]

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Mommy Man: How I Went from Mild-Mannered Geek to Gay Superdad

From Booklist Comedy writer Mahoney struggled with his gay identity while growing up and, after settling into his career, stumbled through the process of coming out. He had long ago conceded that [...]

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The Little Book of Neuroses

From Publishers Weekly Two-time Lambda Literary Award winner Ford's fourth collection of essays offers the adorably cranky humorist the opportunity to rant on how Tiger Beat magazine made him gay [...]

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Where the Body Meets Memory: An Odyssey of Race, Sexuality and Identity

From Publishers Weekly A third-generation Japanese American, Mura ascribes his promiscuousness, addiction to pornography and marital problems to race discrimination. In a jumble of diary excerpts [...]

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Murder in Retrospect: A Selective Guide to Historical Mystery Fiction

From Booklist Libraries Unlimited has added a very specialized mystery reference title to its stable of readers' advisory publications. The authors' purpose is to help readers find all of the tit [...]

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Hellhound on His Trail: The Electrifying Account of the Largest Manhunt in American History

Amazon.com Review Amazon Best Books of the Month, April 2010: It's bold to start an account of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. without a single mention of James Earl Ray. But in Hell [...]

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The African-American Century : How Black Americans Have Shaped Our Country

Amazon.com Review The African American century was the one 'in which African American life was transformed--and the century in which African Americans changed America.' When it began, only 35 yea [...]

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James Whale: A Biography or the Would-Be Gentleman (Lesbian and Gay Studies Series)

James Whale: A Biography or the Would-Be Gentleman (Lesbian and Gay Studies Series) Read more [...]

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Queer (In)Justice: The Criminalization of LGBT People in the United States (Queer IdeasQueer Action)

Review ?Eloquent and seamless . . . essential reading for anyone interested in how queers intersect with the criminal legal system.? ?Yasmin Nair, Windy City Times?Queer (In)Justice?ought to be f [...]

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