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In Hollywood, homosexuals were always hiding. That this is beyond doubt is backed up by research. Author Adrian Stahlecker takes us to Hollywood in a disarming way. From the very beginnings of Hollywood, to the industry as it is now.
Mar 2017 read more
The Dutch book “40+ Homo’s: Gay Midlife” hits the bull’s eye. Anyone just over forty can no longer consider themselves part of the younger generation, nor do they belong to the older generation just yet. In this age bracket, people start looking back and consider what life possibly has in store for them.
Jan 2017 read more
Love, death and bereavement are the main themes of “Separate Rooms,” a special novel by the Italian author Pier Vittorio Tondelli. Special because in beautiful phrases, the fictional character Leo is described with visual integrity. After the death of his younger German friend, Thomas suddenly is left to fend for himself.
Oct 2016 read more
The latest book by French author Anna Gavalda titled “Billie” (translated by Jennifer Rappaport, New York: Europa Editions, 2015) is a very readable book. The protagonist Billie is a coarse trailer-trash girl and, with Franck, an outsider at school.
Aug 2016 read more
Not that long ago, a gay man in politics would be unthinkable. In the time he grew up, the 1950s, homosexuality was considered an abnormality. In his book “Homo Politicus,” Coos Huijsen gives a detailed account of his childhood, with a keen eye for even the smallest details.
Jul 2016 read more
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