"I wanted Daniel J. Isengart and his husband to come spend a weekend with me — to cook, to dine, to laugh and to share in all the many pleasures of the table." - Justin Spring, author of Secret Historian, National Book Award finalist, and The Gourmands' Way, 2017 PW Nonfiction Book of the Year

"Yes, this is a cookbook, and one of the best and most inspiring I’ve read in years, but it’s also a sly and hilarious memoir of downtown New York in the 90s, full of gossip and drama and heart. Daniel Isengart’s The Art of Gay Cooking is hugely entertaining, provocative, and useful--an Alice B. Toklas Cookbook for a new generation. I love this book." - Luke Barr, author of Ritz and Escoffier and Provence, 1970

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The Art of Gay Cooking
350 pages
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9781944853495

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". . .no rules, no repeats, no creative limitations, and no anxieties. . . Just pure, blissful fun, spiced with a healthy pinch of self-mockery and irony. Does it get any gayer than that?"

A manifesto for reclaiming the lost history and influence of gay men in the culinary arts.

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Queering The Kitchen
53 pages
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9781944853501

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"an unforgettable portrait of a hard-won second act in an already exceptional life. . ." - Heather Seggel, Lambda Literary

"BECOMING WESTERLY is much more than a book about a celebrated surfer who becomes a woman -- in this case, a dude who becomes a diva. Brisick presents us with a case study of narcissism, of the pathology of celebrity, and a detailed look at the complex world of competitive surfing. It is a funny and painful book, too, and one I greatly enjoyed.” - Paul Theroux

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Becoming Westerly
280 pages
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9781937402747

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"It takes great courage to treat oneself as the protagonist of reportage and to create a nonfiction story from one’s own private life. For this, Witness is a rare thing: auto-reportage. Robert Rient has written a book that needs many readers, a book about the transformation from one life into another. How to give up one’s family, one’s own environment, the values instilled in childhood and not go crazy? The protagonist/author knows how, but he has paid a high price for his decision. It’s possible to change your life! And that’s why I read Witness ravenously." – Mariusz Szczygieł, the author of the award-winning Gottland

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Witness
150 pages
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9781944853051

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Growing up gay in Mexico... Two real-life testimonies.

"Throughout my elementary school years, to cure myself and to be like other boys, I took frigid baths, following advice that was both physically and mentally torturous. Following Father Alfonso's advice, I did this to myself for many years..."

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Adios, Mexico
65 pages
ebook only, $2.99

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