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Why Hemingway Would Shoot Himself Again If He Were Alive and Writing Today

How feminist, deconstructionist literary criticism killed the strong male protagonist. Read More »

Book Review: Palm Trees on the Hudson: A True Story of the Mob, Judy Garland and Interior Decorating by Elliot Tiber

A prequel memoir of being 20-something in the 1960s by the author of Taking Woodstock. Read More »

Book Review: Mind Your Own Life: The Journey Back to Love by Aaron Anson

Men don’t have to be in a repressed and unfulfilled marriage. Read More »

Marriage Bigot Branding Embraces Androgyny

The choice of branding sometimes says more than you intend about your worldview. Read More »

Book Review: Promised Valley Rebellion by Ron Fritsch

Relevant social commentary wrapped in an entertaining story. Read More »

Book Review: A Queer Thing Happened to America: And What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been

No publisher was willing to touch this, yet it sounds an alarm to a generation. It does its purpose. Read More »

Book Review: Heaven’s Daughter by Maggi A. Petton

Heaven's Daughter explores self-deception, the resulting consequences, and the forgiveness that helps us heal. Read More »

Perry and Bachmann Pave the Way for GOP Defeat in 2012

Pandering to the religious extreme is a losing strategy for Republicans and ought to disqualify two of the primary leaders. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Born This Way”

Glee examines individuality with "Born This Way", once more preaching acceptance of others and self. Read More »


Closets—we've each got one. If you're intent on forcing open the door to another's, then be fair and be ready to allow others to rummage and sift through your own. Read More »