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Now in her early 40s, Emily White has suffered from crippling loneliness on and off since childhood, and it dominated her life for four years, beginning in 2002.
Nadine Cohodas' new book immortalizes one of the greatest musicians of our time, "The High Priestess of Soul," with never-before-shared stories about Nina Simone's childhood and her temperamental career that burned a path through the history of music.
In this coming-of-age novel, a young woman named Imelda Richardson escapes from Jamaica during the hurricane of 1974, forcing her to start a new life in England.
Nothing is sweeter than desire. All other delights are second. These lines, written by one of Sappho's admirers, are quoted by Leila J. Rupp in the beginning of her fascinating new book about the history of same-sex female attraction.
On the first page of The Storm, Margriet de Moor reveals the novel's ending.
Tama Janowitz first lit up the literary world with her short-story collection Slaves of New York, which humorously depicted the lives of penniless bohemians living in Manhattan.
Unleash your grill power with She-Smoke, the complete reference guide to everything charcoal, flames, and down-home BBQ eats.
Eat, drink, and be merry without going manic this holiday season with help from Forking Fantastic!, the ultimate user-friendly guide to party perfection.
Don’t let your fall harvest go to waste; learn to keep the fruits of your labor for those deep winter months in The Beginner's Guide to Preserving Food at Home.
Lydia Lunch talks art, bohemia, and, yes, drugs, in Will Work for Drugs, Lunch’s collection of interviews, performance pieces, and eye-opening details on the post-punk New Wave movement.
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