Michael Valinsky reviews Meredith Talusan’s memoir, “Fairest,” about growing up trans and albino in the Philippines and the United States.
Michael Valinsky on Paul Lisicky’s new memoir of his life in Provincetown during the peak of the HIV/AIDS crisis.
Michael Valinksy interviews queer historian Matthew Riemer about his new labor of love, “We Are Everywhere,” co-written with Leighton Brown.
Michael Valinsky reviews Hugh Ryan’s new study of Brooklyn’s queer history.
Michael Valinsky drinks in Sabrina Orah Mark’s debut story collection “Wild Milk.”
In her debut collection “All the Names They Used for God,” Anjali Sachdeva mixes the delicate and the dangerous.
Michael Valinsky on the uncanny nature of Winnette's "The Job of the Wasp."
Michael Valinsky appreciates the self-reflexive beauty of Ismail Kadare’s “A Girl in Exile.”
Michael Valinsky reviews Andrea Lawlor's new novel.
Michael Valinsky reviews Cristina García's novel "Here in Berlin."