25th July 2014
US: Nation’s oldest gay bookshop to re-open 1
11:28 AM — The oldest gay bookshop in America is set to re-open, after being forced to close its doors earlier this year.
16th July 2014
London: New performance explores what it means to be queer in a capitalist world
1:46 PM — A new performance art exhibition 'Of Saints and Go-go Boys,' will take place in London, exploring what it means to be queer in the modern world.
4th August 2013
Canada: Gay author receives threats from Russia over children’s story 26
6:51 PM — A gay author from British Columbia known for his children's literature, has said he has received threats from Russia, following the recent passage of anti-gay laws.
1st August 2012
Author and essayist Gore Vidal dies aged 86 33
10:08 AM — American author and political commentator Gore Vidal has died aged 86 at his home in Los Angeles.
26th July 2012
Scottish literary magazine publishes LGBT-themed issue
4:30 PM — Scotland’s leading literary magazine is publishing an LGBT-themed issue next month, highlighting the work of both established and up-and-coming writers.
13th July 2012
LGBT book prize longlist announced 4
12:08 PM — Organisers of the Polari First Book Prize have announced the long list for 2012.
15th February 2012
Interview: Armistead Maupin on Tales of The City, Ian McKellen and Rock Hudson 14
11:13 AM — Laurence Watts meets Armistead Maupin to talk Tales of the City, the joy of gay life in 1970s San Francisco and the truth about his relationships with Rock Hudson and Ian McKellen.
Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City gets serial e-release 6
11:08 AM — The Armistead Maupin novels, acclaimed for their depictions of gay life in San Francisco and the subject of a musical adaptation by Jake Shears, are to be available electronically for the first time.
11th November 2011
Lesbian writer and publisher Barbara Grier dies, aged 78 7
4:27 PM — Grier will be remembered for founding Naiad Press, at its height one of the world's most successful gay publishing houses.