Jack Carlson wants you to pay attention the blazers on these boys

American champion rower Jack Carlson wants you to pay attention to the blazers on these boys

The Official Justin Bond

Justin Vivian Bond—artist, songwriter, chanteuse—comes down from her East Village apartment to meet me. He …

By Mike Albo

Imitation of Life

When I started my new novel, Sing You Home, I was interested in why people who are opposed to gay rights feel that way. …

By Jodi Picoult

Catching Up With Felice Picano

Felice Picano's worshipers know him as a prolific author, poet, and memoirist who helped shape the gay lit genre in …

By Phillip B. Crook

Catching Up With Harry Hamlin

Actor Harry Hamlin dinged the cultural radar with his overtly sexual gay character in 1982's Making Love, only to …

By Phillip B. Crook

The Double Life of Bruce Sargeant

Early in Mark Beard's thorough study of his great uncle, the influential English artist Bruce Sargeant, the reader …

By Aaron Hicklin

Catching Up with Michael Cunningham

When Michael Cunningham and I first met, I knew him simply as Michael: that tall, handsome, charming man with whom …

By Chadwick Moore

Michael Cunningham: Time's Arrow

Several years ago, shortly after his 1998 novel, The Hours, won the Pulitzer Prize, Michael Cunningham wanted to walk …

By Tim Murphy

Catching Up With David Sedaris

Asked about the inspiration for his latest work, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary, David Sedaris put it …

By Joseph Hassan

Herb Ritts: Puttin' on the Ritts

Imagine showing up to direct your first cover shoot for Vanity Fair with Herb Ritts. The subject? Madonna. The setting? …

By Ray Rogers

Bret Easton Ellis: Unanswered Prayers

I have to admit that when Out magazine asked me to review Bret Easton Ellis's Imperial Bedrooms, the sequel to his …

By Dale Peck

On Chaps and Their Cocks

In his memoir, Christopher Hitchens comes clean on gay love affairs past.

By James Kirchick

Bill Clegg: Moments of Reprieve

It's almost summer, and in the house upstate where I spend weekends a friend is planting a vegetable garden. He …

By Bill Clegg

Why Abdellah Taia Had to Die in Order to Live

Abdellah Taïa recalls the night a group of men came to his family home -- three rooms for 11 people -- and shouted at …

By Aaron Hicklin

Gay Men, Queer Women, and the Cultural History of the Mustache

In honor of a new book on the 'stache, here are 31 gay or bi folks who rock facial hair.

By Diane Anderson-Minshall

Call of the Wild

Gregory Maguire on Sendak's legacy and the commitment to the complexity of children

By Gregory Maguire