Entertainment :: Biography Reviews
Writer Patricia Volk uses eccentric Elsa Schiaparelli as a counter point to her mother with some hysterical, and glamorous moments.
The life of singer, song writer and actor Paul Anka.
The cliché but true adage of "What would Hollywood be without the creative talents of the LGBT population?" certainly rings a powerful bell here in regards to the quantity and quality of the movies directed by George Cukor.
American Hipster - A Life Of Herbert Huncke - The Times Square Hustler Who Inspired The Beat Movement
A new book takes a poignant look at one of the Beat Movement’s lesser known, yet most influential participants.
No sunlight exists between muse and hustler in Arthur Vanderbilt’s new biography on Denham Fouts, an Adonis who crawled out of the Florida swamplands to captivate some of the 20th Century’s most notable literati and glitterati.
Media hunk Andy Cohen’s memoir exploring life on the front and back lines of the camera.
A fascinating celebration on the tumultuous life of the big screen anti-hero.
This magnificent book - which is co-produced by the Library of Congress - helps to introduce Pickford to 21st century audiences.
To rid himself of his homophobia, a straight, conservative Christian lives undercover as a gay man. "The Cross in the Closet" documents Timothy Kurek’s journey from bigot to ally.
John Schwartz is a good dad. In fact, he isn’t just a good dad to an LGBT kid; he’s a good dad for any person facing adversity, young or old. His memoir attempts to answer the questions a family might face when discovering that their child is growing up