Screening Party (Sept., $16.95 paper) by Dennis Hensley. Watching films from Taxi Driver to Glitter, a group of fans dish and deflate movies that take themselves too seriously. Advertising.

Hero of Flight 93: Mark Bingham (Sept., $13.95 paper) by Jon Barrett profiles the gay man who was among those battling the hijackers on September 11. Ad/promo.

Daughters of an Amber Noon (Sept., $13.95 paper) by Katherine V. Forrest is a sequel to the lesbian classic Daughters of a Coral Dawn. Advertising. Author publicity.

Different People (Oct., $23.95) by Orland Outland. After years of romantic mishaps with others, two mismatched men meet once again. Advertising.

Jocks 2: Coming Out to Play (Oct., $14.95 paper) by Dan Woog profiles more gay athletes. Advertising.

Tantra for Gay Men (Nov., $13.95 paper) by Bruce Anderson teaches necessary techniques to practice the sensual art. Advertising.

Death by Prophecy: A Connor Hawthorne Mystery (Nov., $14.95 paper) by Lauren Maddison. Connor and her partner, Laura, investigate terrorist threats and the Vatican's suppression of hidden truths. Advertising.

Cut to the Bone (Nov., $13.95 paper) by Robert P. Conner. A gunrunner pursuing his lover's killer across Texas is himself pursued by the Mexican mob. Advertising.

Outlaw: The Lives and Careers of John Rechy (Dec., $14.95 paper) by Charles Casillo explores Rechy's complex lives as author/professor and sex worker. Advertising.

Best Lesbian Love Stories, 2003 (Jan., $14.95 paper), edited by Angela Brown, is a new anthology celebrating romance.


Ridiculous! The Theatrical Life and Times of Charles Ludlam (Oct., $29.95) by David Kaufman recalls the gender-bending stagework by a founding member of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company, who died of AIDS in 1987 at the age of 44. Advertising. Author publicity.

Forbidden Acts: Pioneering Gay Plays 1920—1950 (Nov., $18.95 paper), edited by Ben Hodges, includes works by Mae West, Noel Coward and Sholom Asch. Advertising.


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Gay and Lesbian Philadelphia (June, $19.99) by Thom Nickel. The new entry in the Images of America series has more than 200 photos spanning the years from the 1880s to the present.


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Out/Lines: Underground Gay Graphics from Before Stonewall
(Oct., $19.95) by Thomas Waugh reproduces 200 erotic, explicit gay male images.

Queer Fear II: Gay Horror Fiction (Oct., $17.95), edited by Michael Rowe, features stories by Gemma Files, Michael Marano and others.

Gay and Lesbian Theologies: Repetitions with Critical Difference
(Sept., $29.95 paper) by Elizabeth Stuart argues that the emergence of these schools of thought were nothing short of miraculous.

The Christmas Poems
(Nov., $17.95) by Krandall Kraus collects 26 years of verses capturing the life, loves, losses and spiritual growth of this contemporary gay writer and Lambda Award-winner.

Reprint: Alma Mater (Oct., $13.95) by Rita Mae Brown.

Fires of the Faithful
(Oct., $6.99 paper) by Naomi Kritzer. This debut fantasy novel, with gay themes, is a tale of conflict between an underground form of Christianity and a magic-based religion.

The Fall of Kings (Nov., $13.95 paper) by Ellen Kushner and Delia Sherman. A brilliant young historian, inspired by his love affair with a libertine nobleman, pursues stories of ancient kings and the wizards who ruled by their side.

The Gay Wicca Book (Sept., $14.95 paper) by Bruce K. Wilborn demonstrates how Wicca can ease the coming-out experience.

Accidental Murder: The 14th Detective Inspector Carol Ashton Mystery
(Aug., $12.95 paper) by Claire McNab. Are accidents resulting in big insurance payoffs really homicides?

Seeds of Fire: Tunnel of Light Trilogy, Book 2 (Sept., $12.95 paper) by Karin Kallmaker writing as Laura Adams. Autumn Bradley uses magic to save Ursula Columbine from the darkness that haunts her.

Beyond All Reason (Oct., $12.95 paper) by Peggy J. Herring is a tale of passion between two women in the sultry southwest.

Recognition Factor: The 4th Denise Cleever Thriller (Oct., $12.95 paper) by Claire McNab. The Australian undercover agent is the only person who can stop Red Wolf, a terrorist targeting the U.S.

Stocking Stuffers: Homoerotic Christmas Tales (Nov., $12 paper), edited by David Laurents, is a cheeky collection of stories by such authors as Lars Eighner and Felice Picano.

(June, $24.95) by Virginia Woolf. Louise DeSalvo reconstructs Woolf's long-lost first novel about a woman's sexual awakening, homosexuality and the suffrage movement.

Black Like Us: A Century of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual African American Fiction (June, $29.95), edited by Devon W. Carbado et al., samples 36 authors affirming the interconnections among race, gender and sexuality.

Women in the Shadows (Sept., $12.95) by Ann Bannon brings back classic 1950s fiction by the queen of lesbian pulp.

Curbside Boys (Oct., $10.95) by Robert Kirby captures between covers the cartoon series syndicated in gay newspapers in the U.S.

Best Lesbian Erotica 2003 (Jan.), edited by Tristan Taormino, and Best Gay... (Jan., $14.95 each), edited by Richard Labonté, are new editions of the steamy annuals.

Sex Changes: The Politics of Transgenderism (Jan., $16.95) by Patrick Califia is revised to cover developments over the last five years.

The White Palazzo (Sept., $14 paper) by Ellen Cooney. Fleeing her impending wedding, a young bride-to-be meets a psychic and falls in love with her.

Retro Stud: Muscle Movie Posters from Around the World
(Sept., $16.95) by David Chapman demonstrates how heroes in skimpy loincloths can pull in an audience.


Judy Garland: The Day-by-Day Chronicle of a Legend
(June, $26.95) by Scott Schechter excerpts personal letters, interviews and business documents.

Bette Midler: Still Divine (Nov., $27.95) by Mark Bego profiles the singer who got her start performing in the gay baths.

The Gertrude Stein Reader: The Great American Pioneer of Avant-Garde Letters (Nov.; $29.95, paper $19.95), edited by Richard Kostelanetz, assembles 35 poems, stories, essays, film scripts and opera librettos.

Unraveling at the Name
(June, $14 paper) by Jenny Factor. In this cycle of poems, a woman leaves her straight marriage to follow her newly discovered sexuality.

Land's End: A Walk in Provincetown
(Aug., $16) by Michael Cunningham. The Pulitzer Prize winner tours the gay mecca on Cape Cod.

Gaydar: The Ultimate Insider Guide to the Gay Sixth Sense (Nov., $20) by Donald F. Reuter reveals what makes a gay guy's intuition so infallible. Author publicity.

(Oct., $14.95 paper) by Paul McComas. A bisexual rock musician on the verge of suicide flees to South Dakota, where she finds friends and love.

You Are Not a Stranger Here
(Aug., $21.95) by Adam Haslett. Gayness, father/ son relationships and mental illness are all explored in this debut story collection.

The Boys: A Biography of Micheál MacLíammóir and Hilton Edwards (Nov., $17.95 paper) by Christopher Fitz-Simon recalls the couple behind The Gate, Ireland's famed theater company.

Gay Rebel of the Harlem Renaissance: Selections from the Work of Richard Bruce Nugent
(June; $74.95, paper $24.95), edited by Thomas H. Wirth, shines new light on an obscure figure in the literary movement.

The World Turned: Essays on Gay History, Politics and Culture (Oct.; $54.95, paper $18.95) by John D'Emilio features the thoughts of this gay activist and historian.

The Wedding Complex: Forms of Belonging in Modern American Culture (Oct.; $59.95, paper $19.95) by Elizabeth Freeman is described as "a queer literary and cultural studies examination" that finds unsuspected possibilities in the wedding ceremony itself.

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Sing, Whisper, Shout, Pray!: Feminist Visions for a Just World
(Nov., $39.95 paper), edited by Jacqui Alexander et al., charts the intersections of gender, race, class and sexual orientation and determines how they are used as weapons of oppression in the global society.

(Sept., $27) by Jeffrey Eugenides. In this novel, gender definitions matter when a student at a girl's school is discovered to be a true hermaphrodite.

Rhinestone Country
(June, $15.95 paper) by Darwin Porter is a novel about closeted lives in the world of country-western music.

Reprint: Blood Moon (June, $10.99 paper) by Darwin Porter.


Famous Builder (Oct., $15 paper) by Paul Lisicky is a memoir by the author of Lawn Boy, about an awkward 13-year-old who grows up to be a gay man living in Provincetown, Mass.

Avoidance (Nov., $16 paper) by Michael Lowenthal. A camp counselor in Vermont finds himself attracted to one of the boys in his charge.

The Sperm Engine
(Sept., $13.95 paper) by Stephen Greco combines short erotic works, memoirs and diary entries about gay life.

As Meat Loves Salt
(Jan., $15 paper) by Maria McCann. In Cromwellian England, an obsessive liaison develops between two army deserters at a time when homosexuality is punishable by hanging.


From Drag to Riches: The Untold Story of Charles Pierce
(July, $19.95 paper) by John Wallraff. This memoir by one of Pierce's friends remembers the famous female impersonator who died in 1999.

Lytton Strachey and the Search for Modern Sexual Identity: The Last Eminent Victorian (July, $19.95 paper) by Julie Anne Taddeo links the writer's sexual rebellion to his literature.

Bisexual Women in the Twenty-First Century (Aug., $24.95 paper), edited by Dawn Atkins, collects articles reflecting the complexities of life.

Femme/Butch: New Considerations of the Way We Want to Go (Aug., $14.95 paper), edited by Michelle Gibson and Deborah T. Meem, unravels the meanings behind constructed lesbian identities.

Brothers and Others in Arms: The Making of Love and War in Israeli Combat Units (Oct., $19.95 paper) by Danny Kaplan looks at gay men's adjustment to military life in the thick of battle. A Southern Tier Edition.

Before Stonewall: Activists for Gay and Lesbian Rights in Historical Context (Nov., $27.95 paper), edited by Vern Bullough, recalls the early days of the struggle for reform.

Trio Sonata (Dec., $17.95 paper) by Juliet Sarkissian. Two gay men and an intrigued woman form an erotic triangle. An Alice Street Edition.

Cat Rising (Dec., $17.95 paper) by Cynn Chadwick. Western North Carolina is the setting for a story of two lesbians whose lives change when one of them publishes a book. An Alice Street Edition.


Hunk House
(July, $23) by Ben Tyler. Six gay men join a new TV reality show called Hunk House.

It's in Her Kiss (July, $22) by Elizabeth Dean is described as Working Girl meets Ellen at a lesbian cable network.

Desperate Hearts (Aug., $23) by Gregory Hinton. A variety of characters, gay and straight, spark life in a small California town.

Going Down for the Count (Aug., $23) by David Stukas. Robert's romance with a count takes a serious stumble.

The Night We Met (Sept., $23) by Rob Byrnes is a romantic comedy about falling in love with a Mafia wiseguy.

Good Bad Woman (Sept., $22) by Elizabeth Woodcraft introduces a mystery series featuring lesbian barrister Frankie Richmond.

My Lush Life (Oct., $23) by Douglas McEwan is a fanciful autobiography of Tallulah Moorehead, "the greatest star who never lived."

The Big Book of Lesbian Horse Stories (Oct., $14 paper) by Alisa Surkis and Monica Nolan collects eight titillating novellas.

Boyfriend Material (Nov., $23) by Jon Jeffery. Four gay friends seek love in New York City.

The Gay Vacation Guide (Nov., $15 paper) by Mark Chesnut directs travelers to the best destinations.

He's the One (Dec., $23) by Timothy James Beck. A new guy in New York City, a jock/computer geek, looks for Mr. Right.

Twilight Girls (Dec., $15 paper) by Paula Christian joins two classic lesbian pulp tales in one volume.

Reprints: Afterlife (July, $15) by Paul Monette; Someone Killed His Boyfriend (July, $14) by David Stukas; Any Kind of Luck (Aug., $14) by William Jack Sibley; It Had to Be You (Oct., $14) by Timothy James Beck; Girlfriends (Oct., $6.99) by Patrick Sanchez; My Best Man (Dec., $6.99) by Andy Schell.

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Love Lifted Me: In Spite of the Church
(June, $17.95 paper) by K. Godfrey Easter. A gay African-American overcomes the guilt and shame with which his Christian church burdened him.

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The Man I Might Become: Gay Men Write About Their Fathers
(Nov., $16.95 paper), edited by Bruce Shenitz. Andrew Holleran contributes the foreword to pieces by such writers as Jesse Green, Stephen McCauley and Mark Doty.


Melancholia and Moralism: Essays on AIDS and Queer Politics
(Sept., $29.95) by Douglas Crimp confronts the conservative drift of gay politics and denies that the AIDS crisis is over.

The World of Proust, as Seen by Paul Nadar (Nov., $34.95) by Anne-Marie Bernard is a portrait gallery of friends and family of the author of Remembrance of Things Past.

Father Mychal Judge: An Authentic American Hero
(Sept., $19.95) by Michael Ford portrays the gay NYC Fire Department chaplain who perished on September 11.

The Rose City
(June, $13 paper) by David Ebershoff. Seven stories by the author of The Danish Girl probe identity and sexuality.

Our Arcadia (June, $14 paper) by Robin Lippincott. A divorced woman and a disaffected gay man attempt to create a haven for themselves on Cape Cod.

Behind the Screen: How Gays and Lesbians Shaped Hollywood (Nov., $16 paper) by William J. Mann throws open the movies' closet door.

Making Gay History: The Half-Century Fight for Lesbian and Gay Equal Rights
(June, $15.95 paper) by Eric Marcus revises and updates the o.p. oral history recording words of both movement leaders and little-known participants.

The Laying on of Hands
(June, $15) by Alan Bennett. In the satirical title story, the death of an unusually adept masseur leaves his clients nervous about AIDS.

Queering Christ: Beyond
Jesus Acted Up (Sept., $20) by Robert E. Goss. The queer Christian theologian identifies gay content in theology, the Bible and Christ.

A Hidden Love: Art and Homosexuality
(June, $75) by Dominique Fernandez surveys the work of Michelangelo, Eakins, Warhol, Mapplethorpe and many others in 350 color illustrations.

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A Face in the Crowd
(Oct., $24.95 paper), edited by John Peterson and Martin Bedogne. With a foreword by Betty DeGeneres and an introduction by Judy and Dennis Shepard, this is a collection of photos and stories portraying gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people from all walks of society. Published in association with the Matthew Shepard Foundation.

(Oct., $23.95) by Amy Bloom. In her first nonfiction book, the short-story writer and psychotherapist looks into the complexities of gender, portraying transsexuals, cross-dressers and others.


The Gay & Lesbian Literary Heritage: A Reader's Companion to the Writers and Their Works, from Antiquity to the Present
(June, $55), edited by Claude J. Summers, is a revised edition with nearly 400 articles by more than 175 scholars.

Negotiating the Self: Identity, Sexuality and Emotion in Learning to Teach (June; $85, paper $25.95) by Kate Evans looks at lesbian and gay students who study teaching in the university setting.

Troubling Education: "Queer" Activism and Anti-Oppressive Pedagogy (July, $85, paper $25.95) by Kevin Kumashiro seeks to make classrooms more inclusive.

Queer Jews (Sept.; $85, paper $19.95), edited by David Shneer and Caryn Aviv, examines the emergence of gay and lesbian synagogues and gay weddings, as well as an ongoing homophobia. Ad/promo.

Beyond the Closet: The Transformation of Gay and Lesbian Life (Sept., $27.50) by Steven Seidman asserts that society pressures those who have come out to look and behave "normal." Ad/promo.

Who's Who in Gay and Lesbian History (Sept.) and ...Contemporary Gay and Lesbian History (Sept., $14.95 each paper) by Robert Aldrich and Garry Wotherspoon identify people who have made a difference.

Who's Who in Lesbian and Gay Writing (Sept., $29.95) by Gabriele Griffin has entries on such authors as W.H. Auden, Alice Walker and Virginia Wolff.

Colonialism and Homosexuality (Sept.; $75, paper $23.95) by Robert Aldrich shows how Africa, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean and other areas drew Europeans with nonconforming sexualities.

Queer Man on Campus: A History of Non-Heterosexual College Men, 1945 to 2000 (Sept.; $80, paper $22.95) by Patrick Dilley documents the diversity of the gay college experience.

Screened Out: Playing Gay in Hollywood from Edison to Stonewall (Nov., $29.95) by Richard Barrios assesses how depictions of homosexuals have sent mixed messages. Ad/promo.

The Morality of Gay Rights: An Exploration in Political Philosophy (Jan.; $75, paper $22.95) by Carlos A. Ball declares that society has a moral obligation to recognize gay rights.


Hot Spot: A Mark Manning Mystery
(June, $23.95) by Michael Craft. When Manning hosts a wedding for his best friend, one of the guests winds up murdered. A Minotaur book.

The Year of Ice (July, $22.95) by Brian Malloy. Revealed secrets threaten the tenuous bonds between a father and son.

Immaculate Midnight: A Jane Lawless Mystery (July, $24.95) by Ellen Hart. Lesbian sleuth Lawless rescues her lawyer father when a client's father vows revenge. A Minotaur book.

Beyond Paradise: The Life and Death of Ramon Navarro (Dec., $24.95) by Andre Soares discloses the hidden lives of one of early Hollywood's biggest stars.

Why the Long Face: The Adventures of a Perfectly Fine Actor (Jan., $23.95) by Craig Chester. The gay performer offers up 17 amusing true tales from his own life.

Pulp Friction: Uncovering the Golden Age of Gay Male Pulps (Jan., $14.95 Griffin paper) by Michael Bronski collects erotic writing from the late 19th century to just before Stonewall.

Reprint: Sex Tips for Gay Guys (Dec., $12.95 Griffin) by Dan Anderson.

Found Tribe: Jewish Coming Out Stories
(Aug., $15.95 paper), edited by Lawrence Schimel. Seventeen personal histories recount the experiences of gay Jewish men finding new acceptance. InsightOut, Traditions Jewish Book Club selections.

The Sissy Duckling
(June, $16) by Harvey Fierstein, illus. by Henry Cole. The playwright currently starring in the Broadway musical Hairspray based this book on his screenplay for the HBO animated special. An S&S Children's Publishing book.

Always My Child: The Concerned Parent's Guide to Understanding and Supporting Your Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered or Questioning Son or Daughter
(Jan., $13 paper) by Kevin Jennings with Pat Shapiro encourages an open dialogue with sample conversations. 7-city author tour.

Picturing Men: A Century of Male Relationships in Everyday American Photography
(Oct., $32.95) by John Ibson. More than 140 photos of men together reveal a more open culture of male intimacy than is common today.

Surviving the Moment of Impact
(June, $12 paper) by T. Cole Rachel. Edmund White is among those praising these poems with a gay sensibility.

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(July, $29.95 paper) by Simon Gage et al. journeys through avant-garde fashion, cartoon strips, radical politics and global persecution.


Frightening the Horses: Gay Icons of the Cinema
(June, $24.95 paper) by Eric Braun is an illustrated history of gay and gay-themed movies. A Reynolds & Hearn book.

Bisexuality (June, $6.95 paper) by Angie Bowie uncovers the loves of such luminaries as Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich and Josephine Baker. A Pocket Essentials book.


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Felicia's Favorite Story
(Oct., $9.95 paper) by Leslea Newman. In the latest by the author of Heather Has Two Mommies, a lesbian couple adopts a child from Guatemala.

The Case of the Stolen Scarab: Candlestone Inn Mystery #1 (Oct., $8.95 paper) launches a series in which Nikki and brother Travis move to Vermont with their mothers, who are running a B&B.

How to Do the History of Homosexuality
(Nov., $30) by David M. Halperin maintains that both hetero- and homosexuality are not biologically determined, but are instead socially constructed.

Mommy Queerest: Contemporary Rhetorics of Lesbian Maternal Identity
(Aug., $29.95) by Julie M. Thompson focuses on lesbian motherhood's depiction in the media, the U.S. legal system and recent scholarship in feminist psychology.

A Problem Like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical (Sept.; $49.50, paper $19.95) by Stacy Wolf studies tomboys, rebel nuns and funny girls who didn't conform to gender norms, thereby endearing themselves to many lesbians.

Just Married: Gay Marriage and the Expansion of Human Rights
(June, $26.95) by Kevin Bourassa and Joe Varnell. The couple's legal struggle resulted in last month's ruling by the Ontario Supreme Court of Justice that denying marriage to same-sex couples is unconstitutional.

The Harris Guide 2003
(Sept., $24.95), edited by Paul Harris, is a comprehensive guide to the worldwide gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender press.

Miss Vera's Cross-Dress for Success: A Resource Guide for Boys Who Want to Be Girls
(Oct., $12.95 paper) by Veronica Vera boasts a bevy of goods and services available from Internet purveyors.

Reprint: The Practical Heart: Four Novellas
(Sept., $14) by Allan Gurganus.

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The Mad Man
(Sept., $16.95 paper) by Samuel R. Delany. A grad student investigating the murder of a brilliant philosopher at a gay bar finds his life beginning to mirror that of the dead man.


The Phoenix
(Oct., $17.95 paper) by Ruth Sims. In Victorian England, an acclaimed actor and a man devoted to God embark on a tempestuous relationship.