In his new novel Now I’m Here (Beautiful Dreamer Press), author and Lambda Literary Award winner Jim Provenzano paints a vivid picture of gay life in small town Ohio from the late 1970s to the early 90s. The book, now available in Kindle and paperback editions, tells a poignant tale of love found, lost, and found again.
A lot of queer stories have been printed on pages…but most certainly not this one. When Lara Lillibridge published Girlish: Growing Up in a Lesbian Home in 2018, the Cleveland-based author pulled no punches in putting forth a riveting and unconventional memoir of her childhood in an atypical household.
1979 was a monumental year for the LBGTQ community finding its voice.
In San Francisco, the White Night Riots saw thousands of citizens taking to the streets to protest the egregiously insulting slap-on-the-wrist that Dan White received for murdering Supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone in broad daylight.