Series: Well Fed, Flat BrokeRecipes for Modest Budgets & Messy KitchensPaperbackEmily Wight9781551525792$22.95COOKING Mar 31, 2015
In this winsome cookbook, based on her popular blog of the same name, Emily Wight offers great recipes, ideas, and advice on how to prepare imaginative, nutritious, and delectable meals without having to spend a lot of money. Perfect for students, new adults, and others on a budget, it’s a personable guide that adapts the act of cooking to our modern economy. Chapters are divided according to ingredients so that readers can choose their main and build a meal around it. Recipes range from the simple (perfect scrambled eggs, rice and lentils) to... + Read More
Series: Lost BoiPaperbackSassafras Lowrey9781551525815$16.95FICTION Mar 31, 2015
In Sassafras Lowrey’s gorgeous queer punk reimagining of the classic Peter Pan story, prepare to be swept overboard into a world of orphaned, abandoned, and runaway bois who have sworn allegiance and service to Pan, the fearless leader of the Lost Bois brigade and the newly corrupted Mommy Wendi who, along with the tomboy John Michael, Pan convinces to join him at Neverland. Told from the point of view of Tootles, Pan’s best boi, the lost bois call the Neverland squat home, creating their own idea of family, and united in their allegiance to P... + Read More
Series: My Body Is YoursPaperbackMichael V. Smith9781551525778$17.95BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY Apr 08, 2015
A memoir about fathers and sons, breaking out of gender norms, and reconciling with a dangerous childhood. Lambda Literary Award finalist Michael V. Smith is a multihyphenate force of nature: a novelist, poet, improv comic, filmmaker, drag queen, performance artist, and occasional clown. In this, his first work of nonfiction, Michael traces his early years as an inadequate male--a fey kid growing up in a small town amid a blue-collar family; a sissy; an insecure teenager desperate to disappear; and an obsessive writer-performer, drawn to compul... + Read More
The first full-length poetry book by the Lambda Literary and Vancouver Book Award Winner. Finalist, Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize Award-winning writer Amber Dawn reveals a gutsy lyrical sensibility in her debut poetry collection: a suite of glosa poems written as an homage to and an interaction with queer poets, such as the legendary Gertrude Stein, Christina Rossetti, and Adrienne Rich, as well as contemporaries like Leah Horlick, Rachel Rose, and Trish Salah. (Glosas, a 15th-century Spanish form, typically open with a quatrain from an existin... + Read More
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